This gun powder factory supplied the Swedish armed forces with explosives during world war two. The compound consists of two separate parts. One above ground and another hidden inside a nearby mountain (Swedes love to bury stuff in the bedrock). The gun powder was manufactured in the sub-rock compound and the explosives assembled on the ground level site. At the time of WWII it was highly secretive but is today one of the most well-known and popular Swedish 'splores.
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