The old "Security North" is the fortification line that was built by the Germans in northern Germany, which today is Denmark. Security position North was built in the years 1916-1918 to protect Germany against attacks from the north. Hedging position North extends across present-day South Jutland. From the east by Hoptrup, to Skærbæk in the west. 800 bunkers were built across southern Jutland, these are the remains of those you can see and explore.
After the reunification in 1920, most of the security position North was destroyed, but some of them have been preserved and are seen and experienced. Below you can see a map of Fuse North and where there is still the opportunity to experience some of the old fuse.