On the night of October 12 in Germany burned down one of the highest wooden buildings in the country – the Goethe Tower. About it on Twitter said the fire Department of Frankfurt am main.
“The tower collapsed, to save there is nothing,” – said fire.
As the flame spread to the entire height of 43 meters the building was in danger of collapse, firefighters after arrival didn’t only do things that suppress the spread of fire to the area around the towers, says the Agency Deustche Welle.
The cause of the fire is still unknown.
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Located in the urban district of Sachsenhausen is the Goetheturm tower from 1931 until recently was the highest available to visit wooden building in Germany. In 1999 this status was transferred to the 60-meter Millennium Tower in Magdeburg – the highest wooden construction in the world.