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Berlin has a lot of abandoned edifices with long and upsetting
histories. But out of these, there is one building that has gone
through more turmoil than the rest, the Tempelhof Airport. The
Berlin has a lot of abandoned edifices with long and upsetting histories. But out of these, there is one building that has gone through more turmoil than the rest, the Tempelhof Airport. The Tempelhof Airports main building used to be one of the largest structures in the whole of Europe. It was also crowned as the mother of all airports by the British architect Norman Foster. Let us see how the airport has turned out to be after years.
The long corridor that was once used by international passengers is now eerily quiet. The airport that was used to test some of the world's first aircraft of the world's first aircraft has turned into a refugee camp. The airport officially closed on October 30, 2008, despite the efforts of about 500 protesters and more to keep it open.
The airport that is used to film movies such as "The Hunger Games," "The Bourne Supremacy," and "Bridge of Spies," is also used for infrequent illicit raves. In years gone by, the spot that has also been used for horse racing and football has now become a refugee camp for more than 7000 migrants.
Though the conditions arent luxurious at the camp, the immigrants live in cubicle-type erections with little privacy. Living in the refugee camp is more like living in a train station with so much of noise inside. There is a white tent on the airfield that is being used as a school for refugee children. These children are cheered to take part in sport as well as other activities. Projects have been commenced to take care of the edifice and advance the environments at the camp. Visit this place and live through the history.