That was a tragedy insofar as it was, well, during Grzimek’s time, most building were Faust’s building. He usually did the planning and realization and so on. And the Grzimek House started when Bernhard Grzimek still was director. And I don’t know how long it took, probably about 10 years. A lot of firms made bankrupt and a lot of difficulties and it was never finished. And Faust didn’t want an official opening but the city forced him to open it to the visitor, so he just opened the door, but never, ever it was officially opened. And I think it was a wonderful building, especially at that time because the former buildings built in the previous years of the World War II, had a special architecture. What is known in Europe as the bathroom exhibits, with tiles on the floor and on the ground.