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A map that could reveal where Nazis hid looted riches that could be worth millions during World War II has gone on view to the public for the first time.
The treasure map claims to show where German soldiers buried a haul of valuables stolen during the Battle of Arnhem in the Netherlands in 1944.
It purports to show the items, which could include jewellery, watches and diamonds, were buried near the village of Ommeren in the central Gelderland region of the country.
The map had been hidden away in the National Archives of the Netherlands for decades, but has now been released to the public along with hundreds of other documents about World War II.
A map has been released claiming to show the location of where Nazi's buried a haul of looted riches during WWII
The treasure map has gone on display at the National Archives of the Netherlands for the first time ever
Over the years there have been multiple searches for the booty, but nothing has been found, with the haul potentially being found by treasure hunters, the NL Times reports.
In one attempt to find it, the Dutch