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«Furggels» - A Swiss Military Fortress
«Furggels» - A Swiss Military Fortress
One of the largest artillery fortresses in Switzerland is open now to the public on two days a week, from Saturday to Sunday. There is a restaurant in the troops' canteen and the facilities can be explored with a guide. It is not a museum. Almost everything can be seen but this isn't a stroll. Sturdy shoes with good tread, a flashlight and a good physical condition you should have if you want more than to visit the restaurant. The photos and videos shows you what to expect. The videos in the tunnels may be a little boring, but they convey the atmosphere and the size of the facilities better than a photo. In this fortress I passed my last terms of military service here, and now I act as a guide from time to time as a hobby. The free walking around by visitors had to be restricted. The risk to fall down or the damage to facilities by manipulation and have an accident was too big. Pfafers, St. Margrethenberg, Switzerland, Sep 25, 2010. Current informations: History: The fort «Furggels» is part of the Sargans fortress. With this term was referred to an association of the fortifications «Anstein», «Ganda», «Molinara», «Haselboden», «Schollberg», «Passati», «Tschingel», «Kastels», «Magletsch» and «Furggels». In this association of the larger fortresses around Sargans, Furggels was the proper battleship of all. The fortress Sargans was part of the so-called «Reduit», which extended from there to St. Maurice. The «Reduit» was not only localized to the Gotthard mountain area, as many believe. Shortly after the outbreak of World War II, in November 1939, the construction of Furggels started. At first, two 10.5 cm armored turret cannons were installed. These guns were ready to fire in July 1940. In 1941, two additional of these 10.5 cm armored turret cannons were installed and ready to fire in May 1942. From January 1945 on, four 15 cm bunker cannons were installed. These large-caliber guns were ready to fire in the years 1946 to 1947. Until 1994, the fortress was repeatedly aligned to new requirements and rebuilt. In the beginning of the nineties was also considered, to install four additional guns of caliber 15 cm in direction Prattigau. But in those times the new fortress guns 93 L52 of caliber 15.5 cm were the latest, and so they have built those in the Rhine valley. These guns are active, classified and still used by the military, The locations of these positions, of which there are several more between Sargans and St. Maurice, are still secret and camouflaged. In 1998 the fort was abandoned by the military and no longer used actively. Since 10/31/2002 the fortress is declassified. In spring 2010, the facility was devolved upon private ownership of the Festung-Furggels GmbH.
Swiss Military HanowaSealander 316L
Swiss Military HanowaSealander 316L
Today's watch of the day that I am wearing is my Swiss Military Hanowa Sealander 316L and my trusty Victorinox Swiss Army Champion Plus Pocket Knife. Strobist Info: TT560 on camera left inside PBL 42" brolly box but with a 1/8 Opteka Speedgrid set at 1/8 using RF-603. YN-560 on camera right with RF-603 inside Phottix 70x70 38" Softbox. Canon T3i, Tokina 100mm f/2.8 AT-X M100 AF Pro D Macro

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