In Poland, five entrances to a secret network of tunnels have been discovered on the site of the former headquarters of the Eastern army of Nazi Germany. It is speculated that underground corridors may lead to the lost Amber Room or other wartime treasures.
Five entrances were discovered in a forest in the northeast of the republic, near the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad. The unexplored tunnel system is described by researchers as the largest discovery ever made in the forestry and bunker complex of the Mamerki Settlement Museum.
Underground communications on the territory of a total area of about 200 hectares were discovered by volunteers and employees of the Museum of the Second World War.
An employee of Bartlomiej Plebanczyk said that “ judging by the diversity of the entrances, the tunnel is about 50 meters long, but it can be longer.”
Some of the tunnels were flooded, most likely it was done deliberately to disguise the passages. Therefore, before the researchers can see what is in the mysterious underground corridors, they will have a difficult task to clear the passages.
Plebanczyk suggested that there you can find interesting artifacts from the Second World War, which the Germans wanted to hide.
“The tunnel is part of a previously unknown system of underground corridors that requires careful penetration. Perhaps this is the perfect place to hide the treasure, “ he said, adding that the study of the tunnels is scheduled for the second half of June.
Also, Plebanczyk noted, it is impossible to exclude the possibility that the corridors lead to the Amber Room, a masterpiece of the art of the XVIII century, lost without a trace during the Second World War.