A new grocery store in Dublin is making rounds on the Internet for it to have glass floors. This allow the customer to see through the archeological site from the 11th-century. A construction company was digging the site when they discovered this ruin. Rather than build over the medieval Viking building, the store opted to include several sections of glass flooring so that the customer can have an educational learning experience.
Shoppers will be able to learn about the medieval past while shopping in the store. Scroll down to see what they discovered and how the store looks like.
A new Lidl grocery store in Dublin has installed glass floor panels so that customers may gaze up the ruins of a medieval Viking house located underneath the retailer.