Giant German Swastika to Be Removed From Forest.
December 3, 2000 11:10 PM   Subscribe

Giant German Swastika to Be Removed From Forest.
Slow Link Day. Every autumn, in a forest plantation 110 km north of Berlin, a giant 60-by-60 meter, golden swastika appears amongst the green pine trees. The symbol, which is only viewable from the air, is made up of deciduous larch trees and was planted in 1937 by a local merchant. It's illegal to display the swastika in Germany.
posted by lagado (3 comments total)
Repost, um, here.
posted by holloway at 11:45 PM on December 3, 2000

Thanks. Saw the link, didn't look at it. Sorry folks.
posted by lagado at 2:44 AM on December 4, 2000

If anybody's still following this story, the offending trees have been cut down.
posted by harmful at 3:14 PM on December 4, 2000

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