Historic remains of past uses
The Morsleben repository is a former potash and rock salt mine with an eventful history: During World War II the mine served as an underground arms production facility, later is was used for chicken breeding and for the storage of toxic waste. The photo gallery shows remains of past uses of the repository, which can be found above and below ground.
Click one of the images and navigate through the gallery via the arrow keys on your keyboard. You will then see the image caption with further information (in German).
State of 2016.10.04