A very interesting up close & personal visit to the U-boat pens here. They've built roof top decks and gardens on each of the two bunkers, and opened up a few halls with a restaurant, bar and museums! It's very neat the city is making the space into a public space, and I think they're doing a good job of 'taking back the port' where the Germans left these massive eye sores. Inside they're spooky and massive. There are walk ways all the way out to the water - very accessible. These bunkers (in Brittany) are more interesting and accessible than the ones in Bordeaux, Brest, La Rochelle or Lorient.
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