Say What?!: Secret Nazi Hideout Discovered in Argentine Jungle

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Researchers in Argentina have discovered what they believe to be a hideout meant for Nazis in case of a defeat during World War II.

The researchers, from the University of Buenos Aires, found Nazi coins and swastikas carved into walls at the location. The hideout is deep in the jungle near the town of San Ignacio, and it was overgrown with plant life.

It consists of three buildings — one apparently for housing, one for storage and another as a possible lookout.

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