The narrowest street in Prague has installed traffic lights
The narrow street in Prague is a challenge for tourists who want to sneak through space with a width of only 49 centimeters. Provided, the City Hall lights installed for visitors to enter the place and not in place similar Stada block Rope in Brasov.
Located in the Mala Strana district, street Vinarna Certovka is one of the narrowest in the world, with 49, 6 cm width thanks to which has become one of the tourist attractions in the Czech capital. Tourists queue to sneak in turn through the narrow space, long 9 7 meters, amused that should activate a stoplight to announce the presence of other visitors waiting for their turn, so as not to create situations unpleasant.
It is not known if it is just an urban legend, but it looks like a tourist fatter in Germany remained blocked on the street in Prague and could not be pulled out of the walls until it was soapy well as slip in “trap” .
Despite Vinarna Certovka has a width less than half a meter, do not hold the title of “the narrowest street in the world”. The Guinness Book Spreuerhofstrasse contained in this chapter of Reutlinger, Germany, with a width of only 30.4 centimeters
Rope Street in Brasov has 111 centimeters in the most narrow and 80 meters long. It is documented in the seventeenth century, being used at that time firefighters.