Urban exploration on the Devil’s Mountain

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Looming 80 metres above the sea level over west Berlin, Teufelsberg (the Devil’s Mountain) was formerly, during the Second World War, a never completed Nazi military technical college designed by Albert Speer and later on, during the Cold War, was turned into a spy station of the US National Security Agency (NSA). Today, most of the projects for reinventing Teufelsberg’s identity have been aborted so that this beautifully vandalized dark relic of history has been turned into an exciting urban exploration spot.

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