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Narrowest house in Warsaw and Europe
22-JUN-2012

Narrowest house in Warsaw and Europe

There is now another one being built in Warsaw that is smaller.

Nikon D700 ,Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED
1/80s f/4.0 at 52.0mm iso320 full exif

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Jola Dziubinska22-Sep-2012 13:37
It's the narrowest house in Warsaw and Europe and one of the 10 narrowest in the world.
In the 17/18th ages the tax from the house depended on how wide it was, so this was the reason they built rather high, but narrow buildings :)
janescottcumming22-Sep-2012 01:38
Yes, very narrow! Love how that window opens on the top right. V
bill friedlander22-Sep-2012 01:18
Narrow indeed! Must feel claustrophobic to live there, unless... Good eye, Helen. V
pkocinski21-Sep-2012 22:49
Wow that is tiny!
J S Quesada21-Sep-2012 22:19
Beautiful corner! Excellent find, that is really narrow. V
woody3421-Sep-2012 21:56
A great find and capture, amazing ,I feel it must open up somehow at the back...,
if not I don't see how any could live there...V
Karen Stuebing21-Sep-2012 21:26
That is small. The stairs would have to take up a lot of room too. Unique architecture and super image. V.
Mairéad21-Sep-2012 21:15
What a great find! I wonder does it get wider towards the rear.
Very nicely captured between its bigger neighbours. V
Walter O. Koenig21-Sep-2012 21:07
That is incredibly narrow. This can't be more than six feet wide. Great documentary shot. "V"