I thought about posting this in the Antenna Restrictions forum, but it probably wouldn't have been appropriate...
This is kind of off topic and tongue-in-cheek, but it might have entertainment value, and wish-ful thinking value to hams;
, enter: stettenhofen, germany into the search bar.
Invoke a Satellite view.
South by southwest, you will see a big, funny looking artifact on the terrain - a kind of double circle, as if you are looking at an aerial view of Stonehenge or something. That is an AN/FLR-9 antenna... I used to work there when I was stationed in Augsburg (I know there are a few ex-ASA'ers (Army Security Agency) who are hams, some post on eHam I think ...)
Have fun zooming in. Notice the nearby parking lots, the size of automobiles compared to the size of the antenna.
What if such a thing ever came on the market as government surplus? Dunno about you, but I would LOVE to experiment with it as a ham radio antenna...
... lets talk antenna restriction, and PRB-1 ...
PRB-1 = "... a LIMITED preemption of local zoning ordinances."
I could imagine trying to work in creative negotiation with local officials about that "thing in my backyard" (not that I even have a backyard at present, much less one that was big enough).