10 Places That leave Us With More Questions Than Answers
At the beginning of 20th-century dual use-radiators were very popular and people used to heat food and dry clothes on them. Well, time really flies very fast that now we can hardly see any of these boxes in this century.
In the 17th century, the British and Scotland had to pay taxes for the number of windows they had in their houses. Well, in that time only rich had the capacity to pay taxes for their windows to have glass and the rest had to block up their windows with bricks.
This manhole in Germany looks normal from the outside but in reality, it leads an entrance to the dungeon of the Salzbach canal. Well, the construction was served as a canal but now its used for excursions.
The respected saloons in the Wild West have a hinged door that can freely open to both sides and they are constructed in this way because of two direct purposes. 1. It has ventilation and 2. That any saloon goers will eventually know that the place is open.
Pull string lights were very famous in the old British era where people input this string light inside their bathroom for safety reasons. Whereas now the rest of the world use this hand light switches that may be harmful to any humans for they might get affected through electric currents.
In old English era people, Vermont used to build houses in diagonal shapes so that witches won’t have any chance to enter inside the house on their flying brooms.
There are two differences in these toilets as is in American Toilets the bowl is filled with water whereas in Europe the water is clogged out. Well, don’t worry that the drain in American toilet is clogged but in reality, they filled the bowl with water so that it doesn’t get dirty.
In the 18th century, this medallion used to cost a fortune and the houses in Stockholms hangs this phoenix bird on their doors so that people should know that this house has fire insurance.
In the middle of the 20th century, the milkman used to keep inside these small milk door so that the house owner would not have any difficulty finding the milk.
The people in these places don’t have windowsill inside their house and the reasons are that they have thin walls and no space left to build a windowsill.
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