World's oldest treehouse found

The world's oldest tree house has been found

Photo: Pitchford Estate

The oldest tree house

Those interested can order a tour, which costs 20 pounds (about one thousand UAH) and includes a complete survey of the surrounding area.

The world's oldest tree house has been found. It is located in Pitchford, in the British county of Shropshire. The Sun writes about it.

The first mention of the house dates back to 1692.

According to historical data, Queen Victoria, who ruled the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from June 20, 1837 until her death on January 22, 1901, enjoyed fox hunting from this house on a huge linden tree during a visit to Pitchford Hall.

Those interested can order a tour, which costs 20 pounds (about one thousand UAH) and includes a full inspection of the surrounding area, but for security reasons it is forbidden to go inside the house.

It will be recalled that earlier an ancient house was found near the Colosseum.

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