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Bunker Bremen
Bunker Bremen

This munitions bunker is part of the German Vineta battery and is currently home to the Nederlands Militair kustverdedigingsmuseum (Dutch Military Coastal Defence Museum).

Bremen is the nickname the Germans used for the type Fl246 bunker. This munitions bunker functioned as a storage place for ammunition used by the Vinetaduin artillery. The bunker was also used later during the Cold War by the Dutch Navy for communications purposes.

Visitors can also see the film De Verborgen Grens (The Hidden Border), an introduction to the history of the Atlantic Wall.

Access: The bunker is accessible via the entrance to the Vinetaduin and can be easily reached by bicycle or public transport (station 'Strand'). The nearest available car park is on the Strandweg.

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Hoofdkwartier Marine-Artillerie (Navy Artillery Headquarters) Abteilung 205 – The 'Markostand'

Hoofdkwartier Marine-Artillerie (Navy Artillery Headquarters) Abteilung 205 – The 'Markostand'

This unique bunker complex was the headquarters of the German coastal artillery at Hoek van Holland. It opens specially for the Bunkerdag. 

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Sperre Arendsduin: Barracks bunker 501, Artillery bunker 676 & Kitchen bunker

Sperre Arendsduin: Barracks bunker 501, Artillery bunker 676 & Kitchen bunker

The Widerstandsnest 53 complex, to which these three bunkers belong, formed the northwestern Sperre access point to the Festung Hoek van Holland.

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Vinetaduin (Vineta dune)

Vinetaduin (Vineta dune)

Every war era from the last century has left its mark here.