Museum Langelandsfort, Langeland
Categories: Military Museums, Museums
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Wszystkim miłośnikom najnowszej historii polecam Muzeum Langelandsfort. Jest to baza wojskowa z czasów zimnej wojny, która odegrała ważną rolę strategiczną dla państw NATO. Świetnie zachowane obiekty ... read more »All lovers of history I recommend Museum Langelandsfort. It is a military base of the cold war, which played an important role strategic for NATO countries. Well maintained properties with full equipment are so arranged, as if yesterday left them. There are 4 positions dip. Next to each of them are bunkers with thematic exhibitions, for example. relating to espionage. Is a submarine, which can be seen inside, and the Minelayer. the area of the Fort is very friendly to explore for the whole family. There are picnic areas and a bar. Recommend.show original
Rigtig gode oplysende videoer og lyd forklaringer . Mulighed for at se ubåd inden i . Bunkers. Fly og meget mere. Dejlig anlagte stier . Selv hundene havde de tænkt på der var flere hunde vandpost run... read more »Really good informative videos and audio explanations. Opportunity to see inside the submarine. Bunkers. Aircraft and much more. Lovely landscaped paths. Even the dogs had the thought of there were more dogs water post around on the paths.show original
Langelandsfortet er afgjort et besøg værd. Det giver et ganske fint indblik i Koldkrigsperioden i mange af dens afskygninger. Der er fine udendørsaktiviteter for børn, og det skal nævnes at vores børn... read more »The Langeland Fort is definitely worth a visit. It gives a very fine insight into the cold-war period in many of its forms. There are fine outdoor activities for children, and it should be mentioned that our children would like to return again and again.show original
An amazing place - a cold war NATO base that closed in the 90s, now a museum. The great thing is that everything is open to look at, fiddle with and investigate. There are several bunkers that one can go in and look around, two aircraft (a Mig and a Saab), a submarine that is absolutely amazing as well as many other bits and bobs. There is a WW2 minesweeper boat that is all accessible and floats in a pool as if in the sea. Also there are the remains of several other aircraft from the Danish air-force that have been dumped there to climbed upon! A great day out with loads to do for everyone.
Good mix of information, artifacts and stunning nature
Kjeld Høyer MortensenWorth a visitshow original
Thorsten HollerInteresting and beautifully made, 95 Crown entryshow original
Michael MadsenEspecially love the submarine from the ' 60s that you can walk into. Seems very authentic with all instruments. There are also aircraft, tank and and a number of bunkers that are finely decorated.show original
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