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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

Block 1 (R) and a workshop building of the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

Historical buildings of the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The historical inmate hospital (building 5) of the correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

A sign that reads 'VEB Druckhaus' (lit. VEB printing house) at the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

A barred clock pictured in the prison gymnasium of the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

View of the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

A dummy is under so-called 'Lattenarrest' (lit. picket arrest) at the museum of the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

Building 1 of the correctional facility in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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300th anniversary of Waldheim correctional facility

The correctional facility is secured with barbed wire in Waldheim, Germany, 31 March 2016. The former workhouse, which used to be the largest of its kind in the German state of Saxony, was opened on 03/04 April 1716 by Augustus II the Strong, Elector of Saxony. The facility that spans around 5.3 hectares is now home to 400 prisoners and includes a printery, a bookbindery, a metalworking shop, a carpentry workshop and other facilities, which are supposed to help first offenders reintegrate into society. Photo by: Jan Woitas/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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Schott Music in Mainz

Media designer Thomas Weller prints sheet music in a printery of music and music book publisher Schott Music in Mainz, Germany, 17 December 2015. An increasing number of musicians obtain scores from the Internet through legal and illegal means. Many publishing companies still have trouble dealing with the digital revolution. Photo by: Fredrik Von Erichsen/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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Pompallier Mission House and Printery, Russell, Bay of Islands, Northland Region, North Island, New Zealand

Pompallier Mission House and Printery, Russell, Bay of Islands, Northland Region, North Island, New Zealand (Matthew Williams-Ellis / VWPics via AP Images)

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Special edition 'vorwaerts'

The printer Norbert Witt controls the special edition of the paper 'Vorwaerts' in the printery of Kiel's newspaper in Kiel, Germany, 28 November 2013. The edition thematise the coalition agreement with the title 'Design Germany's future' (lit.). Photo by: Christian Charisius/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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