As a large country in Europe, Germany is one of the most important cultural and economic centers on the continent and has 82,8 million inhabitants. (more…)
Outside the city, Oxelösund in Sweden lies the Femore Fortress which provides a unique insight into the everyday life of the cold war and nowadays its open to visitors. Until 1997, the Fortress had the code name “Battery OD”, and here 70 people could stay for up to a month in the event of war. (more…)
Lübeck is a city in northern Germany with parts of the city center classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s worth a stop.
On the beaches of the Baltic Sea are today remnants of what would constitute a defense in a war. A war in which, in the worst cases, nuclear weapons could decide the winner. Welcome to Liepaja in Latvia – And the former closed military city Karosta!