Traffic Jam In Belgian Forest (5)

Traffic Jam In Belgian Forest

More than 500 retro-rusting are there in the woods near the Belgian village of Chatillon. According to local legend, all these cars once belonged to the American soldiers who are coming back after World War II home in the United States,he could not take them with him. Therefore, it was decided at the time to park them in the forest. Arriving in America, the military faced with bureaucratic hurdles, high customs duties and the high cost of shipping cars. Therefore, no car cross the ocean. Just around Chatillon had four such cemeteries, to the present time, only one survived.

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