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Tony 1 year ago
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Rilla 1 year ago
Oddly enough #1 is the solution to #6
       
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Nonie 1 year ago
in germany #1 is in use oftenly. it's named "raumspartreppe" translated "space saving stairs". the houses are smaller and if you need stairs to enter the upper livingroom oder sleeping room or childrens rooms you simply use this stairs. they only need half the space instead of normal ones.
       
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Mariah 1 year ago
Nonie,

But it is not built right..
       
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Saul 1 year ago
#6 - in the US there must be 6’8” / 198 CM of headroom.
       
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Sullivan 1 year ago
Quote: Saul
198 CM

203cm
       
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Julias 1 year ago
#2 oldbuilding redneck repair after earthquake; Zagreb mr47_04
       
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Victor 1 year ago
#27 Well, in the carpenter's defense I gotta say, that doorframe header is nicely parallel to the floor.
       
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Obediah 1 year ago
#13 Is in northern Germany. It is not a window. It once pictured the towns code of arms. It was made like that on purpose.
       
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Tammy 1 year ago
#31 Is not bad. Looks more like a solution to a problem. It could be that the sidewalk was created long after whatever pipe(s) is underneath the bespoke manhole cover.
       
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