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*<see name="Bangsbo Fort Bunker Museum" alt="" address="Understedvej 21, 9900 Frederikshavn" directions="" phone="+45 98 42 31 11" url="" hours="June-Sept: Mon-Fri: 10:00 - 16:00. June-Aug: Sat-Sun: 11:00 - 16:00. Autumn holidays (14-18 Oct): 10:00-16:00" price="FREE entrance if you take a free bike from the Tourist Information center and show the key at the museum. Otherwise, the normal entrance fees are: Adults: 50 Kr. Children (under 18 years old): free" lat="" long="">The fort was built by the Germans during the Second World War, and in 1944 it was armed with 15 cm guns from the Danish ship Niels Juel. During the Second World War the Germans built 70 concrete bunkers on the fort. In 1950 the Danish Navy built another 10 bunkers. The fort has belonged to the Navy since 1945. All of the bunkers exist today. Since 2005 Nordjyllands Kystmuseum has rented a large part of the fort, which the Navy does not use, so the story of the fort can be told.</see>
* <see name="Cloos Tower" alt="" address="Brønderslevvej 61" directions="6 km southwest of Frederikshavn Station, bus 210 or 225 to Vinkestrækning 15 minutes away" phone="+45 9848 6069" email="[email protected]" fax="+45 9842 0020" url="" hours="May, Jun, Aug 10AM-5PM; Jul M-F 10AM-5PM, Sa-Su 10AM-6PM" price="20 Kr, children 5 Kr">Observation tower of 60 meter at 160 meter above sea level. This is the most famous landmark of town. The top is reached by stairs or elevator and gives a fantastic view of the surrounding landscape. The tower was built in 1962 at the initiative of Christian Cloos. It has a small shop with snacks and souvenirs. You can sit down in the tower or outside for a picnic.</see>

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