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We were disappointed. The bunker contained just sleeping quarters and some bits found in the ground. We could still see some foundations where the radar antennas had been during WW2, but nothing of the radar installations.
Even driving past this museum you would never really know it was there - the bunkers were so cleverly constructed during WW2. There are so many bunkers to visit most of which are partially or fully open and linked by the trenches that the soldiers...More
Apparently there were 6,000 bunkers built along the west coast of Denmark -- built by the Danes at the direction of the Germans. (Remember, Denmark was an occupied country for five long years.) These are haunted spaces and places, well worth going to. The visitor...More
It was fascinating to walk around the bunker complex and contemplate the construction task involved in building the Atlantic Wall but we felt there were some significant shortcomings - the brochure map is poor, there is no defined route through the complex and unlike almost...More