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Sferano 036. Mława - Krzywonoś, Remnants of the old military training field
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Sferano036. PL, Woj. Mazowieckie, okolice Mławy, Krzywonoś, szkielet hali, gdzie naprawiano niemieckie czołgi - Tygrysy. Pozostałości znajdują się na poniemieckim poligonie wojskowym z okresu II Wojny Światowej. Poligon nazywany był przez miejscowych "Nowym Berlinem". Obecnie zachowały się nieliczne pozostałości militarnej obecności obcych wojsk.

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Taken: 27/02/2011
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