Treasure hunters have unearthed a £200 million Nazi gold haul at an SS brothel.
Roman Furmaniak, from the Silesian Bridge Foundation, used geo-radar scanning to locate a metal case containing the stash underneath a 19th-century palace near Wroclaw in Poland - which had been used as a brothel by Nazi officers during World War II.
The loot is thought to have been stolen on the orders of Hitler's SS leader Heinrich Himmler towards the end of the conflict in a bid to maintain a grip on Europe.
Furmaniak said: "Metal has a different density to earth and this is shown as a darker colour. This deposit was hidden by an SS officer called Von Stein. The SS planned to use it to re-establish agriculture in Ukraine to feed the new Reich."
The treasure hunter added that the container and its location match the information from a treasure map and an SS diary.