The Hahneberg Fort

Fort Hahneberg, a 19th century fortress constructed to defend the cities of Berlin and Spandau, lies on the western edge of present-day Berlin. Used as barracks during the early 20th century, the fort fell into disrepair during the years of German division because it was situated in a strip of no man's land right by the Berlin Wall. Nowadays the fort is a home to several rare species of bats. 


The Hahneberg Fort 4004
 

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