this street is so beautiful, just look at the trees and everything
Stendal Nuclear Power Plant
Kernkraftwerk Stendal, or Stendal Nuclear Power Plant, was to be the largest nuclear power plant in East Germany, as well as the largest in Germany. The plant was to consist of four 1,000 MWe Soviet-designed VVER-320 (Water-Water Power Reactor, water-cooled and water-moderated) nuclear reactors. When the Iron Curtain fell in 1991, due to concerns about the Soviet design, construction ceased and the power plant was never finished. Three completed cooling towers were demolished between 1994 and 1999 and the area remains an industrial estate today.