This city had become the headquarters of the leader of the Third Reich.
There are many data indicating that the underground city which was built by the Germans during the Second world war under the castle książ (Ksiaz), was to become the headquarters of the leader of the Third Reich — Adolf Hitler. And although the Germans tried to destroy the traces of the existence of this secret underground city, a complex of Riese in the Owl mountains, survived the war. A huge, reinforced, concrete halls and corridors, where you can ride even on the truck, now a landmark that attracts a great Chilo tourists. Unexplored underground city in the Owl mountains in Poland, most of the corridors which remains still unexplored, attracts mystery lovers mysteries of history.
1. Complex Riese in the Owl mountains. Secret project of Hitler.
The Germans built an underground city on an area more than ten square kilometers. It is known that the underground work was carried out not only under the Książ castle, but in the mountains, particularly in Wolfsberg, Mittelbergstra, Säuferhöhen in Saalberg, in Schindelberg and Ramenberg. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
2. This place is shrouded in mystery and many legends. Local residents tell that in the underground corridors the Germans were working on creating a wonder-weapons, Wunderwaffe, which would allow the Third Reich to win the Second world war. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
3. More plausible is the theory that the underground tunnels of this complex was used for storage by the Germans, stolen works of art, valuable objects and goods. One legend says that in the underground tunnels in the Owl mountains is a trace of the missing amber room — the amazing beauty of pearls a summer residence of Russian tsars in Tsarskoye Selo. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
4. Part of the explored underground corridors and passages is currently closed for tourists. Unauthorized visits may result in an accident. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
5. According to one of the many theories about the purpose of this place, in the complex of Rize, the Germans were planning to begin production of nuclear weapons, in favor of which says the proximity to the underground city of the Sudeten uranium deposits. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
6. According to some of the underground corridors is best to travel by boat. According to historical documents, during the drilling of subterranean tunnels killed a huge number of forcibly working here the prisoners from the concentration camp gross-Rosen. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
7. It is possible that these underground rooms were used by the Nazis for the production of missiles “V1” and “V2” after in August 1943 during the allied air raids was blown up by the rocket factory on the island of Usedom (Uznam). However, while this theory cannot be confirmed. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
8. Many of the hallways are open to visitors, but that is only explored a small part of a huge underground complex. It is not known whether it will ever find all the secret rooms and corridors, since most of them were destroyed (blown up) by the retreating Germans. It just means that the dungeon can hold a lot of secrets and surprises. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
9. From the German documents that the underground city was built 30 thousand Jewish prisoners of the concentration camp gross-Rosen. Managed to identify the names of only 7000 forced laborers, other victims of complex Rize remain unknown. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
10. Under the ground in the Owl mountains, some of the streets and the narrow-gauge railway, which gives historians reason to believe that the German plans included the creation of several roads leading to the underground city, including passenger rail. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
11. This place is still shrouded in mysteries and legends. Unfortunately, we will probably never know what actually was planning to do in the secret underground city of the Germans, since most of the documents were destroyed, and many underground areas still not explored. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
12. Now this place has become one of the mysterious sites, which holds the secrets of the Second world war. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
13. The secret dungeons of Hitler in the Owl mountains. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
14. Secret project of Hitler under the książ castle. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
15. A guard shack in front of one of the entrances to the underground city of Hitler. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
16. Open only part of the corridors of a secret underground cities, some of which are available for tourists. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
17. Railroad leading to the secret city of Hitler. (Photo: Mariusz Cieszewski).
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