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Experts fail to find 'hidden Nazi gold train' in Poland

Polish geology experts who analysed a site allegedly hiding a World War II Nazi train say they have found no evidence of its existence.

Experts from a mining academy in Krakow examined the site in south-western Poland last month using magnetic and gravitation methods.

The head of the team, Janusz Madej, said that "according to our examination, there might be a tunnel there but there is no train there".

Earlier this year two explorers told authorities in Walbrzych that they have located an armoured Nazi train hidden in a secret tunnel in the city.

The Nazis allegedly hid a train with gold in a secret tunnel during the war.

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