I want to share with you a piece of history. I have 15 minuts on foot to this buildings. It's from the Second World War.
Founded probably in 1939 as a subsidiary of IG Farben. Production profile is not completely understood due to lack of documentation. On a very closely guarded premises were blocks of flats and the casino's own fire brigade and railway network with many ramps reloading. There is also a branch of the Gross Rosen concentration camp, where prisoners were a large part of the factory workforce. Some equipment dismantled and evacuated shortly before the Soviet army offensive, others dismantled by the Russians after the war. For concrete structures remain today, the ruins of factories, huge silos covered with a layer of several meters of land on which the trees have already grow. Infrastructure remains visible in the form of roads and railway lines, and shelters (used in case of air raids and explosions from accidents at work). The area is now unguarded area tourist attraction.
I can say that there I don't see birds. Maybe they are there, but there's so quiet. They occupy about 35 km ². I take some pictures.
The hotel. Some people say that there was living Hitler for sometimes.
Many holes...it's dangerous.
Silo. They probably kept there nitroglycerin.
Inside one of buildings.
There are many horror stories about this place.