Bernhard Denkinger: Stollen der Erinnerung

Ring, Romana
March 2014
Architektur Aktuell;mar2014, Issue 408, p18
Academic Journal
Exhibition Review
The article presents a review of an exhibition on the history of the city of Steyr, Austria, and the fate of forced laborers held there during the National Socialist dictatorship, which was developed by architect Bernhard Denkinger in the remnants of a system of tunnels and bunkers built into a nearby mountain during World War II.


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