The 19th Century Elevator of Death

1800s | September 27, 2017

A woman rides the “elevator of death” in Prague, also called Pater Noster which means “our father” since the elevators resemble a rosary…it’s a loop of open cabins and dates back to the 19th century. You hop in and out but can’t ever stop it.

Watch the elevator in action...

H/T DiodeGoneWild | Photo 1 | Photo 2

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