The Silbersee is part of the excavation site for the German stadium designed by the architect Albert Speer. It should be considered “the largest sports stadium in the world” more than 400,000 spectators. The works were recorded in 1937 and ceased with the beginning of the Second World War in 1939. Then the excavation pit filled with ground water. The Silbersee was built.
Today the artificial waters represent an ecological contaminated site, but it doesn’t looks like. Bathing is strictly forbidden here.
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