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Boulevard Scheveningen. Something new, and something old... A Suzuki, a dustbin, and a derelict Jugendstill shop where the weird reflection in the glass is caused by the purple drapes behind the windows






 

 

 

Villa Sandhaghe, Scheveningen, the Netherlands. A beautiful villa that was occupied by the Germans during the second world war. The past years it has been an abandoned place until squatters inhabited the villa. A few weeks ago the police made an end to the inhabitance so now it is abandoned again.

 

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Sandhaghe. German 'graffiti' on the wall in the attic

 






 

 

 

The entrance to the basement. The staircase has been demolished,

so I had to use a rope to go down. I was not allowed to shoot pics down there

 

And I also had to use ropes and wobbly stepladders to get to the roof...

 






 

 

 

From this roof I had a great view of the surroundings where many bunkers

and underground corridors still lie in the ground - see map below -

 

Map of the bunkers and underground corridors. The buildings with

the thick black outlines are bunkers.

 



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