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York, England. The city walls. Bottom portion built by the Roman Empire, with the top section added in the middle-ages. Amazingly still standing.

The coffins littered about are from the Roman era. They would place the newly deceased in the larger coffins, then after a few years of decay take the body out and fold it in half and place it in a smaller coffin. Then reuse the larger coffin. Space saving and recycling.

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