Parliament Street is a 50m long street in Exeter, England, which links the High Street to Waterbeer Lane and dates from the 14th century. It was formerly called Small Lane and was renamed when Parliament was derided by the city council for passing the 1832 Reform Bill.

The street is approximately 1.2m (45") at its widest and less than 0.64m (25") at its narrowest, making it the world's narrowest street.
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By: kjfitz
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