Fancy staying in Hitler's holiday home?
A company has transformed Hitler's holiday camp (sorry, that will never stop sounding like a fantastically camp b-movie, possibly starring Beryl Reid) so members of the public can enjoy the seaside on the German island of Rugen.
So what's the craic? Well, Prora was meant to be a holiday camp for Nazis (think Butlins, only with marginally more levels of despairing hate) and was completed in 1936, however, it wasn't ever opened to members of the public.
However, in the last decade, it has been transformed from an abandoned mess into modern hotels and apartments.
Axel Bering and Michael Jacobi, the project investors, say they're resolutely not-arsed about the history of the building that once belong to Hitler. Bering, from Denmark, said that the resort reminded him more of his childhood holidays. Some of the holiday apartments have already been sold and there's families visiting the resort already.
Prices start from £125,000 for three-bedroom apartments, and the priciest ones will set you back £900,000.
Not only that, there's also going to be a shopping centre, swimming pool and tennis courts and all manner of things being added in the not-too-distant future.
One of the people who has bought a flat there - Roland Glockner, an advertising exec - said that it was "love at first site", adding: "It was right by the sea, the nature was fantastic, it was nice and quiet and not so expensive. Perfect for the family or as somewhere to grow old."
If you want to read up on the history of the gigantic space, then click yourself silly, here.