The Schwerbelastungskorper, a large concrete cylinder bunker or heavy load-bearing body, built by Dyckerhoff & Widmann AG in 1941 to study the feasibility of constructing a massive triumphal arch on the site, and of constructing large buildings on the area's sandy ground, Tempelhof, Berlin, Germany. The bunker was never demolished and was listed as a Historic Monument in 1995. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Schwerbelastungskorper, a large concrete cylinder bunker or heavy load-bearing body, built by Dyckerhoff & Widmann AG in 1941 to study the feasibility of constructing a massive triumphal arch on the site, and of constructing large buildings on the area's sandy ground, Tempelhof, Berlin, Germany. The bunker was never demolished and was listed as a Historic Monument in 1995. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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