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Tysk radar og lytteanlegg

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During the war, the Germans built a radar station in order to listen to the traffic on Stolmen. Remains of the station remain, giving a glimpse of the activities going on during the war. The station is situated on the North Sea track.

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Tysk radar og lytteanlegg

Tysk radar og lytteanlegg

During the war, the Germans built a radar station in order to listen to the traffic on Stolmen. Remains of the station remain, giving a glimpse of the...

Tysk radar og lytteanlegg

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