- Remnants from second world war in Europe

Bundesflagge le drapeau tricolore Dannebrog

Stronghold Oddesund

In 1941, the German Luftwaffe, or Air Force, set up anti-aircraft guns at Oddesund Bridge. This bridge was one of only three that connected the north and south parts of the country. The German Army also recognized the strategic significance of the bridge, and while the Luftwaffe was preparing air defense bunkers, the Heer built strongholds on both the north and south ends of the bridge. These strongpoints were equipped with machine guns, anti-tank guns and surrounded by anti-tank ditches and barbed wire.

The rapid-fire anti-aircraft guns set in around Oddesund were excellent against dive bombers, which is precisely the opponent they would meet.

In addition to the various defensive works, the Germans had also prepared the bridge for demolition.

Some of the bunkers hare now open as a museum, and during the summer months, the L410A Command bunker hosts an exhibition.