Germany: According to "Tagesspiegel", Haus Hohenzollern demands the publication of thousands of works of art
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Berlin (AFP) According to a media report, the Adelshaus Hohenzollern claims thousands of works of art of partly national importance from public museums in Berlin and Brandenburg. This emerged from documents from years of strictly secret ongoing settlement negotiations with the public sector, reported the Berlin published "Tagesspiegel" on Friday. Hohenzollern chief Georg Friedrich Prince of Prussia demands accordingly also permanent free of charge housing right for the family in the Potsdam lock Cecilienhof or two other lock villas.