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German WW2 bunker in Bodø, Norway
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During the german occupation of Norway in 1940-1945 they built a lot of fortresses all over the country. This is inside one small machine gun fortress located in Bodø, once overlooking the city and airport. The location is Trollåsen/Langåsen, but is still commonly reffered to as Tyskhaugen (German Hill)

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