This March 8, 2015 photo released by the University of Buenos Aires Urban Archeology Center shows the remains of a building built inside Teyu Cuare Park near San Ignacio in the northeastern province of Misiones, Argentina. Archaeologists say the ruined building is part of what might have been a planned World War II-era hideout for top Nazi officers. Daniel Schavelzon, who directs the urban archaeology center at Buenos Aires University and heads the team researching the site, said the buildings they found evidently were designed as a hideout, but “the Nazis never lived here because they realized they could live more comfortably, and in hiding, while living in cities.” (AP Photo/University of Buenos Aires Urban Archeology Center)

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