- The Amber room was designed in the 18th century.
- German government announced the official search of the amber room treasure last year.
- It is possible this time the traces of it found in Kaliningrad.
The Russian historian Sergei Trifonov during the interview on the Russian State TV channel “Zvezda” said that he found ” traces” of the Amber room. Zvezda is a Russian state-owned nationwide TV network run by the Russian Ministry of Defence. As of January 2008, Zvezda’s CEO was Grigory Krichevsky, previously known for his work on Vladimir Gusinsky’s NTV Channel in the late 1990s.
Furthermore, the Amber room in the bunker-the bunker of the last königsberg commandant Otto Lasch. The Amber room was designed in in the 18th century in Prussia, the original Amber Room was dismantled and eventually disappeared during WWII.
According to Trifonov, the bunker was connected by underground passages to the Royal castle, where parts of the precious panels could be removed. Moreover, in one of the parts of the building found a gate, which depicts 88 runes.
“The most interesting thing is that when these runes were translated and interpreted by Belgian experts, some of them showed that this is a real Treasury protected by these runic signs,” added Trifonov.
The historian also found flooded rooms under the bunker, where unidentified boxes were found using a probe with a video camera. It has not yet been possible to determine what is in them, as there is a threat of destruction of the walls of the structure.
The Amber room (panels, decorations and panels) was created by German masters in the XVIII century mainly from amber for the Prussian King Frederick I. Frederick I, of the Hohenzollern dynasty, was Elector of Brandenburg and Duke of Prussia in personal union.
The latter function he upgraded to royalty, becoming the first King in Prussia. From 1707 he was in personal union the sovereign prince of the Principality of Neuchâtel.
Thereafter the Amber room was presented to Peter I, and the room became the main pearl of the residence of Russian emperors in Tsarskoye Selo. During world war II in 1941, the Germans moved the room to the Royal castle of Konigsberg (now Kaliningrad).
Shortly before the assault on the fortress city of Konigsberg in the spring of 1945, the room disappeared without a trace. In 1967, the state Commission for the search for the masterpiece was created, which was abolished in 1984 due to lack of results.
It should be noted, there is a reconstructed Amber Room decorated in amber panels backed with gold leaf and mirrors, located in the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Prior to the Coronavirus, it has been one of the most visited attractions in Russia.
Last year, the German Government launched an official search for secret tunnels at the former Buchenwald Nazi Concentration camp, The search aim is to find the amber room treasures. Hence, one of the main purpose is to locate the secret tunnels, in order to find a Third Reich treasure.
Overall, the searches of the Amber room treasures have been happening for sometime. Is it possible this is it?