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Remains of the German West Wall

Where the Vennbahn cuts through Lammersdorf, Germany, you collide with a row of concrete dragon's teeth.

The obstacles for tanks are part of the German Westwall , the construction of which nazi leader Adolf Hitler gave the order in 1936.

The Westwall (the Siegfried Line) is about 630 kilometers long and runs from the Netherlands to Switzerland.


The Westwall consists of canals, bunkers, concrete walls and anti-tank obstacles, the so-called dragon's teeth.

The Westwall was largely demolished after the war, but in the German town of Lammersdorf, among other places, a 500-meter-long row of concrete dragon's teeth (dis)decorates the landscape.

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