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Germany Villa linden (visited 06/2017)

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The villa from the Wilhelminian period was built in 1874 - 1880 on the site of a former farm. In the following years, various industrialists lived there.

Later in use as a museum, 1945 as a Soviet hospital. After the Second World War the Villa was the seat of the Institute for Teacher Training.

Abandoned since 1996, the building will be demolished soon.

 

 

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