Hitler fled to Patagonia? Mysterious house sale
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Hitler fled to Patagonia? Mysterious house sale

Buenos Aires : Argentina | Nov 16, 2011 at 10:08 PM PST
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Argentina: Backpacking Buenos Aires & Patagonia

BUENOS AIRES, 16 NOVEMBER - Legend said that Adolf Hitler did not die in his bunker in Berlin, but managed to escape to Argentina aboard a submarine and reach Patagonia, where he lived until the end of his days in the company of Eva Braun. One of the alleged home of the Fuhrer 'Inalco Estancia, a farm with 452 hectares of land and a house of 560 square meters, now on sale for 35 million dollars.

To advertise the property, which is located seven kilometers from Villa la Angostura, now known town of the Andes on the border with Chile, are two online agencies.

On one of the real estate portals, property '(formerly' subject to 2,776 virtual visits), is touted as one of possible abodes of Hitler, however, are not included In the announcement that the photos make it easy to identify. The other site you provide more information rather 'detailed and a sale price equal to 21,945,000 euros. The magnificent mansion, designed by architect Alejandro Bustillo and built by Italian manufacturer Longaretti Pedro in the forties, mind, inter alia, in the arrangement of its interior, many similarities with the Berghof, the Führer's headquarters in Obersalzberg, the Bavarian Alps. It would have to sell a German group, which prefers to maintain absolute confidentiality and quite reluctant to even visit the house.

Inalco Villa, that in the original language of the Mapuche Indians''means''on the shore of the lake is located in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. The property 'includes five kilometers of coast and 90 meters of sandy beach, and a wooden pier for mooring of small boats. The property, located on the corridor of the Seven Lakes basin, is also easily accessible from San Carlos de Bariloche, the center that immediately after the Second World War would have given hospitality 'to more' a war criminal, and where also resided Former SS Captain Erich Priebke, then extradited to Italy. In addition, the land where the house was built was sold to a family of Italian immigrants in Buenos Aires to a lawyer linked to the German capital companies, which would help to escape the Nazi in Argentina.There have been many years in the testimonies of people who ensure that he had seen Hitler and Eva Braun in San Carlos de Bariloche, then small isolated town in the heart of the Patagonian steppe, where the only private institution was the German School.Stories that have been collected in various publications, such''help''Bariloche Nazi-Abel Basti and 'one of the most' striking and tells how Hitler died 'in 1957 and is buried under the false name of Patagonian Paulo Kak in the cemetery El Calafate.

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View of the plume of Chilean volcano Puyehue reflected on Nahuel Huapi lake in Bariloche
View of the plume of Chilean volcano Puyehue reflected on Nahuel Huapi lake in Bariloche
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