Hitler holiday camp turned into plush apartments

A Nazi-built holiday camp planned by Adolf Hitler has been transformed into plush apartments worth £500,000. The luxury resort on Rugen, a German island in the Baltic Sea, had lain in ruin after building work was abandoned in 1939 when World War Two broke out.
It was planned to be the ultimate place for the German elite and holidaymakers. Now, the camp has been transformed with apartments boasting huge swimming pools. 
The resort — which ended up being left as a drab, concrete shell — stretches a staggering three miles along the coast. All the flats boast their own private balconies, and the area around the hotel has been completely landscaped to leave a beautiful view of the public gardens and white, sandy beach. 
The apartments have been snapped up quickly by buyers, but a few are still available.


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