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Bjornoya Kystfort 2
Norway

The Bojørnøya Kystfort was build by Germans during 2. World War. Most buildings of the fortress are still remaining. You can walk throught many of the bunkers.

The panorama is taken at the place a canoon was once mounted.

Copyright: Stephan rautenberg
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Загружена: 25/03/2011
Обновлено: 25/08/2014
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Tags: fortress; canoon; 2. world war
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