Grandiose Nazi airport becomes a wild and free park

Grandiose Nazi airport becomes a wild and free park

Luckily for cash-strapped Berlin, a new generation is happy to enjoy the unstructured landscape of Tempelhof Park as it is.

Tempelhof ParkPeople enjoy the sun at the former Tempelhof Airport in Berlin. “I like the space, the wildness of it,” one fan says. “I think it’s even too controlled…. They shouldn’t have closing hours.” (Johannes Eisele, AFP/Getty Images / June 4, 2010)

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