The village of Lavenham, which is located in the UK, is built with crooked houses. In fact, the history of the village is very interesting, once in the Middle Ages Lavenham was a rich city at that time. Merchants and merchants from all over England gathered in the city, as the city developed rapidly, it required quick construction.
Houses began in the near future from wet wood, so, over time, the materials were deformed and most of the houses leaned sideways. Now the city went bankrupt and turned into a provincial village, the inhabitants of which do not have the means to repair medieval buildings.