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Location address: Deutschland, Uckermark, Templin
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Carinhall or Carin Hall was the country residence of top nazi Herman Goering. He named it in honour of his Swedish first wife Carin Göring (1888–1931). She died of tuberculosis in 1931.
Here Goering stored a huge collection of art.
The house got destroyed by the end of World War II.
Hemann Goering gathered an enormous collection of art of outstanding quality here in his home Carinhall.
Carinhall was the country residence of Hermann Göring. It was built on a large hunting estate northeast of Berlin in the Schorfheide forest, between the lakes Großdöllner See and Wuckersee in the north of Brandenburg.