Argentine archaeologists from the University of Buenos Aires have discovered what they believe to be a WWII-era secret Nazi lair. According to Argentine newspaper the Clarin, the team found the ruins of three buildings in the jungle in northern Argentina, near the Paraguyan border. Also found at the site were German coins produced in years from 1938-1941, a piece of a china plate that reads "Made in Germany," and Nazi symbols drawn on walls, including swastikas. The finders believe the site was built during the war as a refuge for high-ranking Nazi officials.
Read more on this story and see additional pictures here; see a video of the ruins at the link to the Clarin above.