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Eagles Nest High above the clouds of Southern Germany stands a place called Kehlsteinhaus It was the home and meeting place of the evil that set the faith of millions a place where the perpetrators gathered where the Nazi leaders built and celebrated while the rest of the world around them lay broken in pieces The Eagles Nest 6000 feet high on the mountaintop was built by the Nazi party as a present to Hitler on his 50th birthday in 1939 The entrance to the Eagles Nest begins with massive bronze doors built into the side of a rock cliff Behind the doors a tunnel made from large grey bricks rounded at the top The walls are buffed to a shine with small chandeliers lining the length of the tunnel The tunnel has a cold damp feel to it the shine of the bricks adds to the feeling of mystery The tunnel is long but one cannot judge its length by sight The tunnel leads to a round Romanesque chapel-like room containing an elevator The room has a golden glow set by the light of the sconces The magnificent elevator that takes you to the top of the mountain is unlike any other Lined by thick highly polished brass the doors are like golden mirrors The interior shows flawless craftsmanship Solid brass walls and mirrors make it look less confining The elevator which is just visible behind the open door is two stories high It covers 130 meters very quickly and the doors open onto a large dynamic hall within the Eagles Nest The main room of the Eagles Nest is pentagon shaped The room is surrounded by beautiful windows with leaded panes overlooking the Alps The walls are made from granite The floors light grey slabs of marble An enormous fire place framed by a marble mantle given to Hitler by Mussolini stands opposite a spectacular view
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