A walk through the ZPA

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  • A walk through the ZPA

 1 month ago


The area started as a spinning mill with a weaving mill, then the Nazis came and with them the production of weapons. This was replaced by the Communists with the production of gearboxes under the Industrial Automation Plants Trust, and this can still be seen today as soon as we step out of the office onto the hall. Whether it's by the machines that remain, or by the material in the containers that fill the hall... Unfortunately, the amazing turning room could not be photographed, but I think there was still a lot to see.
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