Pampus is a part of the Defence Line of Amsterdam. It is an artificial island and late 19th Century sea fort located in the IJmeer, near Amsterdam and it protected the Ij bay and the harbour of Amsterdam. This ruins is well kept and it is open for visitor. There is a guided tour too. One of the rooms is used for a party. After walking around through all the rooms connected by passageway and sometimes in the dark, you will be impressed knowing how this place ever used during the war. It was a litle bit raining and cold that day so we stopped in the restaurant and having a cup of tea
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