Smallest house of Paris

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nwolpert published on 10/16/2016 5:02 p.m.:

With a width of 1.40 m and a height of 5 m, the house no. 39 in rue du Château-d'Eau is considered the smallest of Paris. Originally there was a passage to Faubourg Saint Martin. It is alleged that an inheritance dispute has led to the construction of the hose on this passage.
In the ground floor, a shop is located (then as now). On the first floor, which can only be reached via the neighboring house, there is a room which used to be a living space and is now used as a warehouse for the shop.


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