Cozy Polish Home is Thinnest in World
If you didn't know it was there, it would be terribly easy to simply walk by without noticing. In a thin alley between two normal-sized structures in Warsaw, Poland, lies a house with the cramped honor of being called the thinnest residence in the world.
At its narrowest, the house is just three feet wide, more narrow even than many home hallways. It's widest spot is only five feet, and to get to some floors requires climbing built-in ladders.
Built by Polish architect Jakub Szczesny, the home has become a popular tourist attraction, for those who don't suffer from claustrophobia.
Take a virtual home tour, and stretch out while watching...