The Keret House by Polish architect Jakub Szczesny is an art installation in a gap between two buildings in Warsaw and is considered the world’s narrowest house, which is located on a plot of 92cm in narrowest point and 152cm in widest point; inside, it’s only 122 cm in the widest and 72 cm in the narrowest.
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