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“WWII Bunkers”

Hotel Zum Turken WWII Bunkers
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Reviewed October 10, 2012

I thought there would me more to this. Basically you walk down into place and walk down different corridors. Maybe if they had decked the place out in WWII gear.

1  Thank Wetwklley99
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

READ FIRST about it befor you visit this place, in order to understand the complexity of the location and what all happened there.!

3  Thank Elvisontour
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Reviewed August 30, 2012

This was a bit spooky. Do not expect a glossy 'tour' - it's more or less as it was left - they just ensure it doesn't flood and occasionally sweep it out I think!

Very authentic, but really for those very interested in WWII history.

I found it slightly weird :-D husband (WWII nut) thought it was fascinating.

Thank Madcowbeads
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

I mentioned these tunnels in a previous review for the documentation centre and are a must visit. It is a self guided tour and if you are claustrophobic you may not like it. Each end of the complex is bricked up by the authorities as the Turken passages are privately owned. It would make the experience so much better if the government would accept this is a national monument however distasteful the organisation was that had it built. It is still a feat of engineering which is very interesting to any civil engineering or WWII buffs. It is a bit wet and mucky so don't wear you best clothes but don't let that put you off. Climb up into the machine gun positions and see what a commanding view they had of the intersections. The system may have been designed as a fortress but could well have become a tomb, all sobering stuff. This is definitely for the able bodied and shows how the bunkers would have been in their operational day, maybe not so much condensation!

Thank wanderingmedic
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

A self-guided tour of some of the bunker system. It's a bit damp so care is needed but the leaflet given is informative. Feels a bit more authentic than the ones under the Documentation Centre.

Thank GreyK44
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