At home in the world's narrowest home

This Polish home--the world's narrowest--is squeezed into a Warsaw alley only five feet wide. The

house is an art installation that pays tribute to Israeli author Etgar

Keret's family members, and their experiences during the Holocaust. Keret now lives and works in the house part time.

At home in the world's narrowest home
The world's thinnest building in pictures
World's thinnest house Keret stairway
World's thinnest house Keret beanbag
World's thinnest house Keret ladder width
World's thinnest house Keret kitchen and wet room
World's thinnest house Keret stovetop sink
World's thinnest house Keret bed
World's thinnest house Keret at desk looking up
World's thinnest house Keret desk
World's thinnest house Keret working at desk
World's thinnest house Keret alley
The world's thinnest building in pictures
World's thinnest house Keret crowd outside
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures
The world's thinnest building in pictures

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