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The mine depot in Veere.   Photo's Marcel Kentin Photography...

The Topshuis is known as the operating house for the world-famous Oosterscheldekering (Eastern Scheldt storm surge barrier) This service building stands on the artificial island Neeltje Jans in the middle of the storm surge barrier. A low-rise portion ranges stores, offices,...

This fort was built between 1835 and 1839, after the Belgian separation from the Netherlands. It was built in a hexagonal shape, fully surrounded by a moat. The Germans expanded the fortress with bunkers during WW2 and used it for...

Also called 'the needle of concrete', this radar tower measures 127 metres tall.     Photo's: 1+2 Ben Biondina, 3 ZFC...

Three bunkers near Koudekerke, in WW2 known as 'Stützpunkt Kolberg'. Part of the 'Landfront Vlissingen' and built by the germans as protection against an attack by the allied forces.   Photo's: Marcel Kentin Photography   Photo's: Marcel Kentin Photography...

Built around 1550, Fort Rammekens is the oldest sea fortress in Western Europe.   Photo's: Fort Rammekens/Staatsbosbeheer...

Former police boat from 1940.     Top photo: Dick van de Veer....

Total length 5022 meter, connecting Noord-Beveland with Schouwen-Duiveland.   Photo's: Tanja Hoogerheijde, Felice Buonadonna, Photographics...

The industrial Lasloods in Vlissingen.   Photo's: Louk Peperkamp....