Austrian officials have transformed Adolf Hitler’s birthplace into a police station and “the police station has adopted some cosmetic changes in the process on Tuesday”.
Hitler was born on April 20, 1889, in a yellow corner house in the northern Austrian city of Brunei. In 2016, it was moved to government control.
The fate of the building was the subject of a long legal battle with the homeowner, which ended only last year.
Mariam Martinez, an Austrian architect of the building, which is managed by two brothers to carry out improvements to the property, has been selected from 12 candidates.
The government will spend 5 million euros ($ 5.6 million) and will be completed by 2023.
“The new chapter will open in the future for the future of the home of a tyrant and ruthless murderer,” said Interior Minister Carl Nehmar.
Head of the ministry, Herman Finger, said the government would “isolate general buildings” by adjusting the building’s use and use.
While Hitler spent only a short time on his property, he continued to draw Nazi supporters from around the world.
Anti-fascist protesters organized a rally outside Hitler’s birthday.
Authorities announced Tuesday that the 800-square-foot (8,600-square-foot) property – along with several garages and parking lots behind the main building – is still under construction, much of the original structure. .
Outside the building, the monument will be removed and may be displayed in the museum.
The Austrian Supreme Court ruled last year that the family, Gerlende Pomero, who had bought the house for almost a century, had a legal right to a settlement of 810,000 euros.
Pomeroy has been leasing his property for domestic use since the 1970s.
The government pays about 4,800 euros a month and uses it for the Center for the Disabled.
But this arrangement was set apart in 2011 because Pom refused to perform the necessary renovations and refused to sell in 2011.
The building has been vacant since then.
At one time, the Minister of the Interior was under pressure to dissolve, but his plans faced fierce opposition from politicians and historians.
Germany In 1938, Austria occupied the country, and historians say that despite the fact that many high-ranking ODD men, from Hitler to Austria, recognized the small Alpine country for Nazi genocide and other Nazi occupation.
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