Sometimes you get to places that make you completely quiet and really impress you. I also had that during my visit Kehlsteinhaus in Berchtesgaden, where I visited in 2004. Which is already more than 10 years ago and I take you back in this blog post.
Kehlsteinhaus, also known as Eagle's Nest, is built on the top of the Kehlstein and is located in Berchtesgaden. Berchtesgaden is an old town located in Bavaria, which is a state of Germany.
This is the place also known as The Eagle Nest, where Adolf Hitler worked out his plans for war and massacres. When you know the history of the Second World War or have heard the stories of your relatives who have experienced this war. Then you're really quiet for a moment when you're actually standing in this place.
You already have this when you walk through the huge long tunnel, which is 124 long and waiting for the well known elevator. Which brings you up 100 feet, which itself is mirrored and covered in copper. Which you may have seen from the movies or documentaries, which are about the Second World War. Then you will be quiet if you literally stand in this place and take a picture of this tunnel.
I have seen a lot of films and documentaries about the Second World War. So when I was on vacation in 2oo4 around here, I really wanted to see this place. Which I do not regret to this day, because the view from the top of the Kehlstein is truly magnificent.
Personally, I really want to visit this attraction once more, to take better pictures and show this place to my husband. This is something I do not have soon, but I do have at this place and I hope for sure that I visit Kehlsteinhaus one more time.
The bombs of the Allies during World War II hit the Kehlsteinhaus and even after the war, the demolition of the house was omitted. The Eagle's Nest is therefore largely preserved in its original form, but some adjustments have been made to allow tourists to visit this place.
Until next time,