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Fort Robinson Museum

This museum is dedicated to Fort Robinson, nowadays Fort Robinson State Park. During the Second World War, the fort was used for the training of war dogs. There was also a small prisoner-of-war camp with about 200 POWs who worked primarily on the fort. After the war, the fort was transferred into a park.

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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