A building believed to be a Nazi hide out
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Archaeologists find possible 'Nazi refuge' in Argentina

Archaeologists have found ruins in Argentina which they believe could be the remains of of Nazi refuge.

Daniel Schavelzon from the University of Buenos Aires said they had found artefacts including pottery with 'Made in Germany' printed on it.

The three buidlings are located near the Paraguay border, deep inside the Teyu Cuare National Park.

Nazis who fled to Argentina included Adolf Eichmann and Erich Priebke.

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