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Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium - Esbjerg - Denmark - World War II - Open air - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium has four major section. The open-air section and the indoor maritime sections displays the history of Danish fishing and costal life. A shall part of this is section is also an old German World War II bunker. The aquarium displays they maritime wildlife in the seas surrounding Denmark. The last section is an outdoor seal station, where a group of seals can been seen in a large aquarium.   
 
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A German World War II bunker is a part of the open-air section of Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.

A German World War II bunker is a part of the open-air section of Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.
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A small display inside the German World War II bunker at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.

A small display inside the German World War II bunker at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.
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The history of the German World War II bunker at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.

The history of the German World War II bunker at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.
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Camouflage net over the entrance to the German World War II bunker at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.

Camouflage net over the entrance to the German World War II bunker at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.
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A part of the indoor maritime exhibitions part at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.

a part of the indoor maritime exhibitions part at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.
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A part of the indoor maritime exhibitions part at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.

a part of the indoor maritime exhibitions part at Esbjerg Maritime Museum & Aquarium.
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