House on stilts - the first passageway

In the Middle Ages, an alley in Frankfurt am Main connected Hühnermarkt and drapery district. Because a merchant wanted to build there, architects simply put the house on stilts, creating Germany's first passageway. Author: ZDF/Terra X/Story House Productions/Jan Karitzky/Jürgen Rehberg/Stefan Leuschel/ Eike Wiechmann, Fritz Göran Vöpel, Jörg Barton, Martin Wolkinger, Roger Grein Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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