Massimo dell'Agnola - Interstudio - Gabriele Rossi-Osmida - Sandro Salvatori
The German village of Ankerstragen has a reputation for dolmens with hidden treasures, creaking mansions, haunted castles, secret passages, ponds swarming with phantoms and cemeteries inhabited by ghostly apparitions come back to life. In the nineteenth century its atmosphere seemed to have been created out of the neo-Gothic imagination of Horace Walpole or Ann Radcliffe, who troubled the dreams of half of Europe.
And it was in this shadowy Northern German village that Heinrich Schliemann (1822-1890) grew up.
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