Norway Skrolsvik Fort - disused Navy gun emplacements

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James Billings.

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Skrolsvik Fort, located on the southwestern tip of Senja, was used by the Germans during WWII. Following the war, the Norwegian Naval Defence took it over as part of their coastal artillery until 1989 when it was abandoned. Today, it's an interesting location to wander around taking photos with a combination of old bunkers and military equipment to explore, along with beautiful landscape views.

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