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The terrain is essentially just filled with wood, surrounded by a high fence and crisscrossed by several moss overgrown asphalt paths. There are only a few buildings. Probably they planned for more but it never got that far.

We wanted to explore the office building and surrounding buildings but they were in plain view of the plowing farmer so we decided to head the other way first.


One of the first and most interesting things we saw, stacks of ammunition crates.

And some other not completely environmentally friendly stuff.

The crates are in bad shape, rotten and overgrown with moss. We talked about bringing one with us for our mother, as a plant case or something, but an ammunition crate would not be much in the spirit of the approaching Christmas.

Overgrowing paths.

An explosive warning sticker lying about.


The only building in this corner of the site. For emergency electricity (from the chimney on the roof)?

We followed the only path and the fence around the site. The moss under our feet sometimes made a cracking sound, which I tried to avoid after my sister remarked it were snails that cracked after we stepped on them. We found another hole in the fence too, this one far from the road so I'm now pretty sure animals make these holes.

A truck flattened a forbidden-for-trucks sign?

 

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