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These diamonds did not even dug up the young lady Ulrike Schwarz (Geohaus) herself. The biggest excavator in Europe had to help her.

The over 6000 m³ reinforced concrete of the 40s come from a certified good and innocent-looking building plot, which hid its treasures under the lawn. They served in World War II a steel slab tray and a bunker. They are stone witnesses to the inadequate B-Plan preparation and illustrate the investor's cost and development risk.

The property diagnosis raised the suspicion of the old buildings by comparing them with long-forgotten factory cards. The aerial photos of the British Air Force also showed that no bomb had hit that would have made our work of demolition easier today..