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There were parts of the ground level that were nice - areas flecked with interesting wildflowers that didn't grow on the city-controlled gardens and interesting art smeared across the underside of bridges and along walls. This place was not one of them.
WW2 car graveyard in Belgium Once back in the U.S., soldiers who wanted their cars back were told they would have to take personal responsibility for the cost of shipping. Not a single car was retrieved. Over time, corrosion and decay have worn down the vehicles and what little remained was stolen by locals and car collectors, with dashboards and logos proving particularly popular for fixing similar old models