For the Spain they believed to be better: in Llançà
The “Argilera” BUNKER 1944-1949 is placed in Llançà (Costa Brava) between the harbour and Grifeu beach.
According to visit Llançà “during the Second World War, the Franco government ordered bunkers to be built along the Pyrenees to defend the country against possible air, maritime or artillery attacks from the Allies. However, the bunkers were never actually used despite the huge investment in setting up the so-called “P-Line” defense system.
The bunkers were built to a fairly standard pattern throughout the geographical area, using mainly iron and concrete with some wooden features inside.  The coastal bunkers were usually camouflaged with materials similar to those found naturally in the area.”
These photos were taken in August 2018 and show some of views of the Argilera bunker.
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