Monday, January 23, 2017

5 world's narrowest street

1.Spreuerhofstraße,Germany

Spreuerhofstraße is the world's narrowest street, found in the city of Reutlingen, Germany It ranges from 31 centimetres (12.2 in) at its narrowest to 50 centimetres (19.7 in) at its widest.The lane was built in 1727 during the reconstruction efforts after the area was completely destroyed in the massive city-wide fire of 1726 and is officially listed in the Land-Registry Office as City Street Number 77.

2.L'Androuno,France

L'Androuno is one of the world's narrowest streets,found in the city of Gassin, France.It measures 29 centimeters (11.41 inches) at its narrowest point.




3.Fan Tan Alley

Fan Tan Alley is an alley in Victoria, British Columbia's Chinatown. It runs south from Fisgard Avenue to Pandora Avenue in the block between Government Street and Store Street. It was originally a gambling district with restaurants, shops, and opium dens. Today it is a tourist destination with many small shops including a barber shop, art gallery, Chinese cafe, apartments and offices. It is the narrowest street in Canada. At its narrowest point it is only 0.9 metres (35 in) wide. It was designated as a heritage property by the local government in 2001

4.Mårten Trotzigs Gränd


Mårten Trotzigs gränd (Swedish: "Alley of Mårten Trotzig") is an alley in Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm, Sweden. Leading from Västerlånggatan and Järntorget up to Prästgatan and Tyska Stallplan, the width of its 36 steps tapers down to a mere 90 centimetres (35 in), making the alley the narrowest street in Stockholm.

5.Parliament Street, Exeter

Parliament Street is a 50-metre (160 ft) long street in the city of Exeter, Devon, England. It links the High Street to Waterbeer Street and dates from the 14th century. At about 0.64 metres (2 ft 1 in) at its narrowest and approximately 1.22 metres (4 ft 0 in) at its widest, it has been claimed to be the world's narrowest street,although this title actually belongs to the Spreuerhofstraße in Reutlingen, Germany.

It was formerly called Small Lane and was renamed when Parliament was derided by the city council for passing the 1832 Reform Bill.In 1836 the residents of Waterbeer Street subscribed £130 to have Parliament Street widened, but nothing was done about this.

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