The paranoid dictator Enver Hodscha covered Albania with concrete bunkers from 1972 to 1984. He wanted to protect his people from enemies he felt were surrounding him. 700,000 bunkers were planned. One bunker for every four Albanians. Ultimately, there were about 200,000 of them, most of which have now been destroyed. Andreas Lauermann documents their conversions into cafés, a shed, or even a playground. The unaltered bunkers slowly disappear from the rugged Albanian landscape and from the memories of the people.