La Casa Mínima in Buenos Aires, Argentina

As you walk down Pasaje San Lorenzo in the San Telmo district of Buenos Aires, keep an eye out for house number 380. It’s a charming sight, but being such a sliver of a building you could easily miss it. The tiny home, known as La Casa Mínima, is the narrowest in the Argentine capital. And according to local legend, it was once owned by a freed slave.

At its widest point, La Casa Mínima measures just 8.2 feet (2.5 meters) across. Its façade is marked by an old wooden door, painted...

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