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    Building in my hometown in Norway. Not sure when it was built, or if the swastikas are an original part of the facade, but it's likely from before the war.

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    Lysverksgården in Oslo, Norway with its gate from 1932.
    In 1998, a German tourist collapsed at seeing it and called it an "Albert Speer facade".





    Architect Georg Eliassen's drawing.





    Different versions is also found in the street stone of Universitetsplassen (1931), as anchor iron on "Rųverborgen" at Rådhusgata 28 (1916) and on a couple of millions of iron nails produced at Christiania Spikerverk till 1945.


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