Authorities initially said that the special disposal team had found four unexploded bombs from World War II in the clinic quarter, a highly-populated area.
Thousands of people are evacuating in the western Germany city of Dortmund as experts are getting ready to defuse up to four bombs from World War II. Substrata searches of the area found two other devices that turned out not to be explosives.
Dortmund Zoo's offer of free entry to those evacuated had been taken up by 300 residents, reported public broadcaster WDR Sunday.
Authorities already had evacuated two hospitals Saturday and opened schools for residents who had to leave their homes.
In addition to the hospitals and residential areas, the famous football museum of Dortmund was closed on Sunday, DW reporter Elliot Douglas wrote on Twitter.
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Unexploded bombs that still pose a risk of detonation are frequently uncovered in Germany, which was bombed heavily between 1940 and 1945.
Disposing of them sometimes entails large-scale evacuations as a precaution.
Last September a 250-kilo bomb was made safe in Hanover, with 15,000 people evacuated.
The bombs were 330-pound American and British bombs.
We will remind, in the summer of 2019 in Russian Federation in the Kremlin during the strengthening works on the ground have found an aviation bomb of times of the Second world war.
Germany remains the home of thousands of unexploded bombs as a result of intense bombardment by allied forces against Nazi Germany.