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Wolfsschanze, Wolf's Lair, Gierloz

(3.9/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • Place of cult for all experts. In total, well kept, however, however, could be something more to think over infrastructure in addition to paying for admission.
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  • History of madness zakuta in concrete. Place a deep reflection on totalitarianism. Despite the knowledge of the topic it is worth to take a hike with a guide. In total, it is a pity that this just ruins it.
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  • "Attraction" in so far as this place can be issued with one call, very interesting and atmospheric. Unfortunately, what to support, I have to admit that it was rather average. It was hard to draw any information about possible Guide, etc. have swapped with payments. As for the same sights, a lot of them left, but the area of this place, the forest around and remains of buildings, combined with the knowledge of the history, make an impression. PS. Note mosquitoes:)
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  • This is an important historical site but they made a theme park of it. Visitors can learn very little here since it obviously is more lucrative to entertain them by a ride on a military vehicle or let their inner gunman out at the shooting range. Don't go their and support this disgusting crap if you happen to have at least half a brain.
  • Very interessting place. I give it my best recommendation. We stayed in the hotell at the site.
  • The whole area of Wolf's liar is quite impressive and probably not changed at all after bunker destruction. You can still feel the WWII. Parking cars and ticket sales go smooth. We were waiting for almost an hour in front of designated area (guides), but there were no English-speaking guides available, and this was not so good:).
  • Interesting historical (WWII) place where you see a lot of concrete bunkers without equipment. Only the bare construction in the forest.
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