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    U-995
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    Submarine 995
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  • Naval Memorial
    Naval Memorial
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    Submarine 995 (inside)

    by Gentleman75 Updated Jul 14, 2004

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    Submarine 995 (inside)

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    Submarine 995 was built by Blohm & Voss shipyard at Hamburg on 16th September 1943.

    My experience...
    It was amaznig to go inside the submarine and imagine how do the submariners live here for months.
    It wasn't only a visual experience. Just go in and listen...

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    Naval Memorial (Naval Museum)

    by Gentleman75 Updated Jul 13, 2004

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    Naval Memorial (Naval Museum)

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    The laying of the foundation stone of the 72 m tower was on 8th August 1927. The inauguration of the memorial took place on 30th May 1936.

    My experience...
    There are two possibilities to reach the top of the tower. The first one (and the easier) is using an elevator. The second (harder) way is via 341 steps on foot.

    The inside of the tower is absolutely empty - it's quite bizarre. But it is worth to go up, because from the top You can see an excellent view to the Baltic See. You can see for kilometres and, in good weather, even as far as Denmark.

    The Naval Museum is part of the Naval Memorial. There are a lot of warship models.

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    Naval Memorial (under the ground)

    by Gentleman75 Written Jul 13, 2004

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    Naval Memorial (under the ground)

    Some information about...
    The laying of the foundation stone of the 72 m tower was on 8th August 1927. The inauguration of the memorial took place on 30th May 1936.

    My experience...
    There are two possibilities to reach the top of the tower. The first one (and the easier) is using an elevator. The second (harder) way is via 341 steps on foot.

    The inside of the tower is absolutely empty - it's quite bizarre. But it is worth to go up, because from the top You can see an excellent view to the Baltic See. You can see for kilometres and, in good weather, even as far as Denmark.

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    Naval Memorial (inside)

    by Gentleman75 Updated Jul 13, 2004

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    Naval Memorial (inside)

    Some information about...
    The laying of the foundation stone of the 72 m tower was on 8th August 1927. The inauguration of the memorial took place on 30th May 1936.

    My experience...
    There are two possibilities to reach the top of the tower. The first one (and the easier) is using an elevator. The second (harder) way is via 341 steps on foot.

    The inside of the tower is absolutely empty - it's quite bizarre. But it is worth to go up, because from the top You can see an excellent view to the Baltic See. You can see for kilometres and, in good weather, even as far as Denmark.

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    • Historical Travel

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    Naval Memorial (inside)

    by Gentleman75 Written Jul 13, 2004

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    Naval Memorial (inside)

    Some information about...
    The laying of the foundation stone of the 72 m tower was on 8th August 1927. The inauguration of the memorial took place on 30th May 1936.

    My experience...
    There are two possibilities to reach the top of the tower. The first one (and the easier) is using an elevator. The second (harder) way is via 341 steps on foot.

    The inside of the tower is absolutely empty - it's quite bizarre. But it is worth to go up, because from the top You can see an excellent view to the Baltic See. You can see for kilometres and, in good weather, even as far as Denmark.

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    • Historical Travel

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    Submarine 995

    by Gentleman75 Updated Jul 13, 2004

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    Submarine 995

    Some information about...
    Submarine 995 was built by Blohm & Voss shipyard at Hamburg on 16th September 1943.

    My experience...
    It was amaznig to go inside the submarine and imagine how do the submariners live here for months.
    It wasn't only a visual experience. Just go in and listen...

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    • Historical Travel

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    Naval Memorial

    by Gentleman75 Written Jul 13, 2004

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    Naval Memorial

    Some information about...
    The laying of the foundation stone of the 72 m tower was on 8th August 1927. The inauguration of the memorial took place on 30th May 1936.

    My experience...
    There are two possibilities to reach the top of the tower. The first one (and the easier) is using an elevator. The second (harder) way is via 341 steps on foot.

    The inside of the tower is absolutely empty - it's quite bizarre. But it is worth to go up, because from the top You can see an excellent view to the Baltic See. You can see for kilometres and, in good weather, even as far as Denmark.

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    • Historical Travel

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    Beach

    by bonio Updated Mar 10, 2003

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    Very good beach, strange shelters too, but they look effective wind breaks. Volleyball to watch and several bars overlooking too. The water is very shallow, I had to go a long way out for a swim...mind the boats!

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  • Submarine U-995

    by sabsi Updated Sep 14, 2002

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    U-995

    An original German U-Boot from WWII. You can go inside to see, smell and experience how terrible it must have been inside in those terrible war times. Inside it's very narrow and small and it shocked me to see how the people were sleeping on tornados. I will try to tell you more about this in the travelogue.

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    U995

    by bonio Written Mar 10, 2003

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    One of the few surviving U-Boats. In surprisingly good condition and an interesting trip around it. Tiny inside, whatever the history I had to admire the courage of the crew. More photos on t'logue

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    Submarine U995

    by Audrey118 Written Feb 25, 2003

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    The pamplet I cannot make up in German!!!

    You have to see the submarine. You will be amazed by size inside it, the high technology, you get to see bunks and also the washrooms, the torpedo etc.

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