26 Feb '16, 6pm

Nazi-era Tempelhof Airport in Berlin to house more refugees

The airport, which has hosted different conventions and events, has benefited from changes in the law to expand how much space is available to refugees. Currently, the tents are separated into areas that can each accommodate 10 people. Cooking facilities do not exist yet and it’s necessary to take a bus to the tent where showers are available. Luckily, five new buildings are in the works to provide a kindergarten, school, sports area, and other needed facilities. The same law notes the temporary buildings must be removed by the end of 2019, however, so more permanent solutions for these individuals is still a concern.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/nazi-era-tempelhof-airport-in-berlin...

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