Ready to Move In? Mystery ‘Furnished Apartment’ Found In Berlin Subway
Employees of the Berlin subway discovered a fully furnished apartment in one of the abandoned subway tunnels, according to Berliner Kurier. The walls were complete with wallpaper and decorated with paintings. The apartment had a bed, television, chair, dresser and even a palm tree. Power was supplied by a cable network that provides electricity to a nearby metro station.
Subway workers discovered the apartment while conducting regular technical check-ups in the tunnels. First, they decided that the room was specially decorated for a film, but this version has not been confirmed.
According to Berliner Kurier, the unidentified person published an ad on Airbnb’s website offering the apartment up for rent. The whole set-up was removed from the tunnels three days after the discovery.
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