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Tirpitz is a bunker facility near Blåvand near the Danish town of Esbjerg. It was started during the Second World War but never completed.
After the war, the installations were inspected and closed by the Allies, then later handed over to the Danish government. It was considered the use of the Danish army (eg ammunition storage, etc.), but then gave up the idea. The facilities were blown up except for the two large bunkers intended for artillery placement. The northern bunker 1 is preserved and in the state of the former construction phase. The Bunker 2 was expanded as a museum for the Atlantic Wall and is still used today. There was only a partial blasting to drain the fully run bunker. The round shaft for the cannon tower was provided with a transparent plastic dome. Exhibitions and two film rooms (Danish and German settings) complete the otherwise original Bunk
June 7, 2018
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