Told through photographs this reflects the life of heritage in Jersey.
From landscapes and landmarks to discovering hidden spots and spending time with family, Jersey's unique heritage is yours to be discovered.
This photographic blog will give you the chance to see how everyone interacts with the heritage landscape.
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Setting the scene and providing context to what lies in front of us.
The joys of Fort Regent's hidden treasures lie before us.
New angles are discovered.
We then coached our way to Noirmont Point to engage with the German fortifications known as Batterie Lothringen. This has been carefully restored and in some places skillfully reconstructed by the Channel Islands Occupation Society.
Martin begins to describe the massive feat undertaken by the Germans to create an Atlantic Defenses system and latterly the rediscovery by the dedicated members of CIOS.
Even the little people love its hidden passages.
There are plenty of descripitive signs around the site.
Down to the bunker.
Martin describes the comparison between the Napoleonic Martello Towers littering the coast and the more secretive but potentially more devastating German emplacements.
Opening the bunker is a difficult but effective process.
Evidence of the occupation and areas of reconstruction vividly bring to life what it must have been like during the occupation.
All the artefacts have been meticulously gathered and displayed.
Arthur calls us back to the surface. Time to move on.