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Schloss Lindstedt is a small palace built in Potsdam between 1858 and 1861. It was owned by the state for various purposes (for example, it was briefly a quarantine station for cholera cases). During the Weimar Republic years, it was leased to Erich von Falkenhayn and his family. Upon his daughter's marriage to General Henning von Tresckow (who would later be part of the 20 July plot), it was decorated with Nazi paraphernalia, though the couple resided elsewhere in Potsdam. After the war's conclusion, the Soviet and later East German armies tried and failed to totally remove this paraphernalia, which left an impression on the walls of some rooms as described by Paul W.S. Anderson in commentary tracks. The building was used as the Looking Glass House in Resident Evil and its replica in Resident Evil: Extinction.