Searchers think they are closing in on Nazi treasure chest





Investigators seeking fabled Nazi plunder said Monday that geophysicists have discovered something unusual buried near a town in eastern Germany — possibly remnants of the long-lost Amber Room.

Treasure hunters speculate that remains of the room — along with gold, paintings and other items stolen from a Russian palace outside St. Petersburg during World War II by the invading Nazis — could be buried near the town of Deutschkatharinenberg.


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