“‘Mein holiday Kamp’ was finished by the Nazis in 1936 but has never been open to the public until now” Article written by Jeremy Armstrong http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/hitlers-holiday-camp-finally-opening-5942170
“A German company plans to convert the ruins of a massive Nazi-era resort on an island in the Baltic Sea into a five-star beach apartment complex with a spa.” Written by TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF http://www.timesofisrael.com/nazi-resort-to-become-a-condo-complex/
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“Built by the Third Reich in the run-up to the second world war, the resort at Prora, on the island of Rügen, Germany, was a Nazi vision of tourism. Happy, healthy Aryans would stay and play at the 10,000-room complex on the Baltic sea, eating, swimming and even bowling for the Führer. Think Hitler’s Cancun.” Article
“Built by the Third Reich in the run-up to World War II, the Strength Through Joy resort was a Nazi vision of tourism’s future. Happy, healthy Aryans would stay and play at the 10,000-room complex on the Baltic Sea, eating, swimming and even bowling for the Führer. Think Hitler’s Cancun.” Article written by By Anthony Faiola for
“After years of controversy, Germany is finally revamping a former Nazi seaside resort, and the condos are selling out fast. Located in Prora, a town on the island of Ruegen that’s about a three-hour drive from Berlin, the resort is a 3-mile stretch of identically drab, six-story gray buildings, which private developers are turning into luxury
“This is the 10,000-room hotel that has never had a guest. Situated on the island of Rügen in Germany, the Prora beach resort was built by Adolf Hitler between 1936 and 1939 as a striking show of Third Reich architecture. Yet the project was halted, with eight separate buildings having been erected, when the Nazi
“Known as the Colossus of Prora, the 4.5-km long complex consists of five (originally eight) identical six-storey blocks of steel-reinforced concrete designed for a total of 20,000 visitors. It was built between 1936 and 1939 by the giant Nazi leisure and tourism agency Kraft durch Freude (”Strength through Joy”) to provide German workers with an