In Poland found the entrance to the tunnel, which can lead to the Amber room, hidden by the Nazis during the Second world war. The tunnel is located in the village Kamerki the complex of German bunkers, the TV channel “360”.
“We can safely speak of a breakthrough in the search. With the help of GPR, we were able to pinpoint the location of an underground tunnel,” said the staff of the Museum of the Second world war in Poland.
Despite the fact that the size of the tunnel is not completely known, much suggests that it was deliberately covered with earth. To get inside the tunnel, you need to remove a concrete slab that weighs one ton. As expected, the opening of the entrance to the tunnel is expected at the end of the month.
We will remind, the Amber room was created in Prussia in the eighteenth century for king Frederick I. she was Later donated to the Russian Emperor Peter I. During the Second world war the Germans brought the Amber room first in the Royal castle of Konigsberg, and then in an unknown direction. Scientists believe that the Amber room may be in the Polish town Kamerki.