/ PHOTO / The entrance to the legendary underground factory is finally closed to the scholars.
Do you enjoy going through the swirling corridors of the former Nazi arms dealer Richard? So you are sharpened. The access manager, the Terezín memorial, closed after years the only publicly accessible entrance on the outskirts of Litoměřice. He advised the start-up step at the beginning of August and joined the action of the past few days. The smell of fresh colors could still be swallowed up by the researchers on Thursday 23 August.
Under the ground, the remarkable years were cut through a doorway in the doorway. The monument is now walled in from the inside and has a steel plate welded to the front. In the upper part of the door he put a grid for bats. According to the Daily News, the entrance is equipped with a security device in case someone would try to break into Richard.
Exposition of the history of the mine Richard:
The event is part of the broader commemoration plans. The place for the entrance wants to change it in the future. "We realize that it is of great importance to the survivors of thousands of victims, and as such is a natural place of worship", says Jan Roubínek, the head of the monument.
However, the institution can not make the sacred adjustments when clarifying the relationship between property rights in the environment. "First of all, we decided to efficiently secure the premises in our administration, so that irresponsible persons and vandals do not disturb the pious nature of the place, as is increasingly the case," Roubínek explains.
His move is a line over the budget, not just vandals, but also honest researchers who have documented Richard for the next generation. According to one of them, the institution's move was to wait. "We can not blame her for securing her property," says Roman Gazsi. Unfortunately, Richard has recently become a tourist attraction.
Underground factory Richard in 2010:
For real & # 39; richards & # 39 ;, but they do not end the search. "There is so much evidence in the newspaper that it will take a few more years," says Gazsi. And what about the metro? According to the researchers, it gradually falls in gradually …
Underground factory Richard (the exact Nazi name is B5-Richard) is a system of three former deep limestone quarries near Litoměřice under the hills of Radobýl and Bídnice in the Central Bohemian Highlands, which the Nazis during the Second World War rebuilt into a secret underground factory destined for weapon production. It is an extensive underground complex whose length is estimated at a maximum of 30 kilometers.