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Bunker Museum Zoutelande is a museum in a bunker complex in the Zeeland town of Zoutelande. The complex was part of the Atlantic Wall. Two bunkers of the Stützpunkt Lohengrin complex are open. The distance between the bunkers is about 200 meters. The walls and roof are made of concrete with a thickness of 2 meters. The other bunker complex in Zoutelande was named after another opera by Richard Wagner: Stützpunkt Meistersinger.

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The lighthouse of Zoutelande

The lighthouse of Zoutelande

1.57km from Bunkermuseum Zoutelande

The lighthouse of Zoutelande or Sergeant is a lighthouse near Zoutelande in the Dutch province of Zeeland. Together with the lighthouse Westkapelle Hoog, the tower formed a light line in a southwestern direction to guide ships safely through the fairway of the Oostgat coming from Vlissingen. The tower is 12.8 meters high. The light from the light stand has a range of 12 nautical miles, a height of 22 meters above sea level and the color of the light has been white since 2015.

Strand Dishoek

Strand Dishoek

4.01km from Bunkermuseum Zoutelande

Dishoek is a village on the Western Scheldt in the municipality of Veere , in the Dutch province of Zeeland . The village, located between Zoutelande and Vlissingen , has approximately 225 inhabitants, but mainly consists of temporarily occupied holiday homes. The village originated as a hamlet of Koudekerke ; officially it is counted as the residence of Koudekerke. Nevertheless, especially thanks to tourism, Dishoek has increasingly become a real village in the twentieth century.

Domburgsche Golfclub

Domburgsche Golfclub

7.15km from Bunkermuseum Zoutelande

The Domburgse Golf Club is a Dutch golf club west of Domburg in the province of Zeeland. The course was built in 1914 and is located close to the sea. There are nine holes . Each hole has a double tee, so the course can be played as an 18-hole course. There are a number of grass bunkers that were created from bomb craters from the Second World War.

Toorenvliedt

Toorenvliedt

7.19km from Bunkermuseum Zoutelande

Toorenvliedt is a country estate in Middelburg , the capital of Zeeland . The current building dates from 1726 . At the time, it was, of course, still outside the city. It was the German headquarters of the Atlantic Wall for Walcheren and the two Bevelanden during the Second World War. The surrounding estate contains bunkers from the Second World War. It features a bunker route, an open-air theater, a labyrinth , and a bird sanctuary. Statues of Peter de Jong have been placed on the fence .

Marie Tak van Poortvliet Museum Domburg

Marie Tak van Poortvliet Museum Domburg

7.37km from Bunkermuseum Zoutelande

The Marie Tak van Poortvliet Museum in the Zeeland city of Domburg is a museum for visual arts . The museum organizes exhibitions two or three times a year and has a sculpture garden and a modest collection of its own that is not on permanent display. The museum is housed in a replica designed by Cees Dam in 1994 of the original exhibition room, which Marie Tak van Poortvliet had built and which housed a large number of artists.

Villa Carmen Sylva

Villa Carmen Sylva

7.62km from Bunkermuseum Zoutelande

Villa Carmen Sylva is a national monument located in the dunes near Domburg. It was built in 1885. THe villa is built in eclectic style, as a summer residence. Tghis ivilla is currently in use as a summer residence and is private property of a family from Wassennar.

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Zeeland is the westernmost and least populous province of the Netherlands. It consists of a number of islands and peninsulas. Tourism plays a major role in the province’s economy as the local beaches become tourist hotspots in the summer. German tourists, in particular, flock to Zeeland to enjoy its beautiful weather and stunning beaches.

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