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U-Boot Bunker Valentin, Bremen

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  • Pity it was closed despite the fact that the site indicated that it nor had no slot for visist.
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  • This was a very interesting trip for me and some friends. While the bunker itself is massive the stories and the journey you are taken on around the bunker makes you realise how big the area used to b...  more »
  • By chance we came across this attraction and decided to visit here. It is a piece of driving outside Bremen but that's it as far as I am concerned, well worth it. The bunker is also freely accessible and for a small fee/donation can be rented an audio tour, because of this, it is also good to visit on a budget. The bunker itself is as well as the story behind more than impressive and exposed yet again a piece of WORLD WAR II that maybe something less known but certainly interesting. Especially the part with the bomb craters is not restored very imposing, especially on a rainy day if the water there is some ominous in seems to seep.
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  • You've probably never seen and will never do any bunker of even close dimensions. The military example of Hitlerian Germany megalomania - made to built U-boots. Following historic path you will learn objective info on the site history including participation of German industry and slave labour of prisoners from all over the Europe. Free entrance.
  • Utterly harrowing experience, the majesty of engineering Vs the cruelty of man. Such an epic structure with such inflicted suffering on the people that built it. This above ground U-boat bunker would have produced and turned around u-boats at an amazing rate. There were effectively only two windows, one for goods in and one for goods out. An utterly absorbing experience.
  • A thought provoking visit. A nation which opens up it's past to such examination, show a level of maturity and courage deeply lacking in the UK and USA.
  • Free entrance museum, nice place to spend the morning and know more about nazis period and infrastructures used
  • A fascinating place to spend an hour or two walking round and seeing the bunker. The bunker, built during the war by prisoners, was meant to produce submarines but never came into use. You can walk around and inside the enormous building to see what's left of it and see the displays showing how it was built and under what conditions. Free to enter and really worth the time to visit.