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An abandoned beacon in the baltic sea. There are two of it. One 1000m and the other one in 4000m distance from the runway.

Ther were used to enlarge the range of the runway ...so the pilots could navigate easier to the short runway.

 

Build and used by the NVA. The army of the former GDR... (DDR).

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Really cool place and nice pictures!
First I read "abandoned bacon" ... :D

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