The world's thinnest house in pictures

Associated Press
A passerby walks past one of the world’s narrowest houses, in Warsaw, Poland, Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. The two-level “Keret’s House” is no wider than 122 centimeters (48.03 inches) and was fitted into tiny space puzzlingly left between a pre-war house and a modern apartment block of the 1960s in downtown Warsaw. It is named after Etgar Keret, an Israeli writer of Polish roots who will be the first inhabitant of this artistic project of aluminum and polycarbonate. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)

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The Keret Home, built in Warsaw, Poland, as a studio for renowned Israeli writer Etgar Keret, measures about 4 feet at its widest. Read more about it on Yahoo! Homes' Spaces blog.

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