World oldest wooden structures in Germany

wooden structuresThe world oldest wooden buildings in the world were discovered by German archaeologists from the University of Freiburg. The excavations near Leipzig, Saxony, were found wooden oak represent wells, the oldest in Europe. Researchers believe that the wells were constructed in the period from 5206 – 5098’s. BC

Total found four wells that reached the depth of 7 m Buildings used to supply water to a small settlement. Nakhodka contrary to popular opinion among historians that man at that time he could not make the design of the tree, as had not been invented instruments of metal.