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Fort Gerhard - Świnoujście
Poland

Fort was built in the mid-nineteenth century. Since 2001 fortalicja is the historic seat of the Commander Fortress Świnoujście (last Prussian commander in Europe) and barracks 3rd Battalion 34 Regiment of Fusiliers them. Queen Victoria of Sweden. Regiment is the only army in the world, which from day to day, from hour to hour is growing and soon will be the largest army in the world! Forts by the squares had already already more than 300 000 tourists who, after completing military training, have been appointed for the first historic step and become a military reservists regiment!

At the very beginning, of course, the review carried out by a uniformed guard historically, welcome to the Commander of the fortress on the parade ground i. .. the road! Before you train hard, a real journey through time, during which time an attempt to go over the dark, you will learn military drill, and in dark cellars with the spirit of Świnoujście poobcujecie Julia! And then ... the military secret! Come!

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