Das so genannte 'schmalste Haus der Welt' befindet sich am Singel 7 in Amsterdam. Es ist gerade einmal einen Meter breit, also nur unwesentlich breiter als die Eingangstür.
Doch manchmal täuscht der erste Eindruck! Denn die Hausseite am Singel ist in Wirklichkeit die Rückseite des Hauses, und die Vorderseite des Hauses ist deutlich breiter. Das wirklich schmalste Haus Europas befindet sich an der Oude Hoogstraat 22, ebenfalls in Amsterdam.
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