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Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Eagle's Nest
Eagle's Nest History
The Eagles Nest or Kehlsteinhaus was designed as a birthday present for Adolf Hitlers 50th birthday by Martin Bormann on behalf of the NSDAP (Nazi Party). Adolf Hitler in fact seldom visited the Eagles Nest. The allied bombing of World War II did not damage the Eagles Nest and thanks to the intervention of former Governor Jacob, the Eagles Nest was spared being blown up after the war.
Eagles Nest Today
Since 1960, the Eagles Nest has been managed by the Berchtesgaden tourist board and run by a local concessionaire as a mountain top restaurant. The impressive edifice with its meter thick walls is situated atop the Kehlstein mountain offering guests a breathtaking view over the Berchtesgaden area. The theatrical aspects of the project are already encountered with the 124 m (406 ft) marble-like stone tunnel that leads to a splendid brass elevator. In only 41 seconds, the lift travels another 124 meters into the Eagles Nest building itself.
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