Former the mine and war prison camp Rolava. The military prison camp Rolava was established during World War II and there was mined and groomed tin ore. Older germany name of the village was Sauersack. After the war the mine dilapidated and today there are only ruins. Ore Mountains, Czech republic.
The military prison camp and the mine served fascists. After the war, the object managed enterprise Doly Příbram. Mining and processing of tin or are not recoverable, and the object began to deteriorate. Some buildings were burned down during the frequent fires, some vandals destroyed and residents who use readily available building material. Currently there are only ruins and buried in pits which has a large amount of tin ores.