Astounding as it might be to have one secured connect that has made due for a few centuries, Lucerne has two.
The second secured wooden extension, the Spreuerbrücke, was worked in 1406, and inside, on triangular boards under the scaffold's rafters, are 45 artistic creations of the Dance of Death, referred to in German as the Totentanz.
Painted in the vicinity of 1616 and 1637 by painter Kaspar Meglinger and his understudies, this is the biggest case of a Totentanz cycle known to exist.
These are confined to dark, each casing recorded with clarifications in verse of the composition's subject and the names of the supporters who gave them away. Some likewise have pictures of the contributors.