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The beautiful picture of angels makes you happy.
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A little of this. A little of that.
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10 thoughts on “Bath House in Norway from World War II”
I guess we’re supposed to remember the horror of war, and struggle to make sure it wont happen again.
Hi, thanks for pointing that out 😃, I totally agree with you!
Haunting, poignant… I’m glad someone asked about (and you explained) its history, for I always like to know a little of the story
May the world never forget…
Hehe :), I`ve been told that it was built and owned by a nazi during the second world war, behind it there`s a strange castlelike building to which this bath house belongs. Now it`s sold and rebought by others, thank god! (or whoever :)…)
Curiouser and curiouser!
no it`s not a ruin at all, it`s kept rather well…
Is it a complete ruin? Looks so enticing…
Yes indeed it is :), even if the historical circumstances were terrible…
Blessings ~ Wendy