The site of a cache of Nazi loot may have been found by treasure hunters in Poland, according to reports.

The foundation said they used ground-penetrating radar to locate a large canister buried nine feet beneath an abandoned conservatory.

According to reports, it was used as a brothel during World War II.

Tomasz Gorski, a member of the Silesian Bridge Foundation, said that they think it is an object where the deposits are located.

There are fears that the find may have been booby-trapped by the German Army, so the foundation team has to wait for permission to dig.

A diary, a bundle of documents, and a map that once belonged to an officer of the Nazis were the clues to the potential find.

They were given to the foundation by a secretive Christian lodge. In the 1930s and 1940s, it was the center of Nazi cult worship.

The leader of the foundation said that the lodge includes descendants of officers from the Nazis. Promoting German-Polish relations is the focus of its work.

The diary was handed over by the Christian lodge in order to make up for the suffering of Poland during the war.

The handwritten pages penned by a member of Hitler's elite soldiers contained a reference to 48 heavy Reichsbank's chests, The Daily Mail reported.

The girl who worked at the palace received a letter from a senior officer of the SS, asking if she knew where they were.

It could be a reference to the Gold of Breslau.

In the final months of World War II, the leader of the Nazis, Heinrich Himmler, ordered his soldiers to take a large amount of gold from the German city of Breslau, now Wroclaw, and to hide it in Lower Silesia.

Despite numerous searches, the fabled crates of gold have not been found.

According to an interview with MailOnline last year, von Stein was one of the people who hid the deposits in Minkowskie.

According to The Daily Mail, the diary states that the Red Army seized priceless works of art by Rembrandt, Monet, and Cezanne as they advanced.

The Nazi treasure has been searched for by treasure hunters for decades. There was excitement over the discovery of a lost Nazi gold train in the same region as the Minkowskie Palace. It was another failed quest in the end.