Obviously, the building was not deconstructed and sent to the Soviet Union as war reparations, because it is still here.
Two huge factory halls, each about 150 meters long and 80 meters wide with two adjacent office "towers" in the middle.
Alongside the halls are the former changing areas for the workers as well as the former social rooms and showers.
The towers are surrounded by scaffolding now, and there are a lot of workers around.
It seems that at least the office buildings of the complex are renovated and turned into riverside luxury apartments. The construction workers didn't seem to be bothered by us as we made our way over the field between the river and the factory halls and entered.
The weather was wonderful, and the factory halls were bathed in sunlight.