Published on June 5, 2015 by

In this video, we visit the Kehlsteinhaus or the “Eagle’s Nest” which is known as Hitler’s Summer House, just outside Berchtesgaden.

The house is 1,834m (6,017ft) above sea level and the views over the valley are incredible. When the clouds aren’t covering, it can be nice and warm, but when the clouds cover, it can get rather nippy.

It is worth pointing out that Hitler had a specific teahouse built for him, which sits just below the Mooslahnerkopf hill.

“The so-called Eagles Nest is often called “Hitler’s Tea House,” but this is technically incorrect. Hitler did not treat the Kehlsteinhaus as a tea house, and the location he visited daily for afternoon tea was actually the Mooslahnerkopf Teehaus”

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