Diamonds, rubies and gold: in the Netherlands they are looking for a treasure left by the Nazis (photo)
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The National Archives of the country published a map from the Second World War, on which the place where Nazi officers allegedly buried the treasure is marked with a red cross.< /p> Related video
The village of Ommeren (Netherlands) is in the grip of a “gold rush”: treasure hunters armed with metal detectors are trying to find treasures allegedly hidden by the Nazis during World War II. It is reported by Reuters.
Treasure hunters stepped up after the National Archives of the Netherlands released a historical map on Tuesday, January 3.
The study file containing the map was released this week, since the maximum period of 75 years, during which he could remain confidential has expired.
The map is believed to indicate where the Nazi soldiers hid four large chests filled with diamonds, rubies, gold, silver and all sorts of jewels, which they looted after the bank explosion in August 1944.
This information excited the imagination of people. Armed with metal detectors and shovels, they began to explore the fields that adjoin the village of Ommeren.
The former mayor of the settlement, Klaas Tammes, who runs a foundation that owns land where treasures could be hidden, said he saw people from all over the country .
At the same time in Britain, a married couple found the largest treasure in the country under the kitchen floor. There are a total of 264 coins, and they date back to 1610, covering the Stuart period.