I live near one of the oldest towns in Switzerland. During a walk through the Romans decided it was a good place. A river was running through it and they could even build a couple of villas, proof of which was found near our hospital building. There were even Roman baths, and every time something new was planned, the building site had to be shifted or there was a delay as they had found yet more traces of what the Romans once built.
But undaunted our town continues and it seems that yet again something new was being revised with the need of a crane. Where do you put a crane when there are narrow streets? No problem, where there is a will there is a way, and our town leaders always find the solution and every gap, no matter how small, can be filled even with a crane. I was touring around in town with my camera and noticed this crane that had squeezed its way in between the buildings. It was very tall, but fitted well in the small gap left. Nothing is too big for our ex Roman settlement.