An abandoned World War II research center is still standing off the coast of Poland
The remains of World War II are still a very visible part of the European landscape
One unique example is a torpedo testing station that still stands in the Bay of Puck on the north coast of Poland. Dubbed “Torpedownia,” it served as a testing facility for the German military during the war
It was later taken over after the war by the Soviet Union and had also been used as training area for divers. It’s since been completely abandoned, though tourists who can swim or boat out to it are able to explore what remains.
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