A folly called the Needle’s Eye on the Wentworth Woodhouse estate in North Yorkshire, England. The story is that the earl liked to brag about his driving prowess; he could drive his carriage and a team of horses through the eye of a needle. One of his companions didn’t believe him, so he built the eye of the needle to prove it. (Christopher Thomas)

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