A bunker, which was abandoned during the World War II and left to rot, was turned into graffiti art on the beach in Leffrinckoucke, France on Monday.

The bunker was covered in pieces of broken mirrors by an anonymous artist. The bunker is one of the impenetrable cement bunkers built in a long row extending the length of the fort before the mid 1950s. Nowadays, street artists use the bunkers as canvases and turn them into massive graffiti projects.

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