Here, ladies and gentlemen, is the narrowest street in Santiago. Don't believe it? Then try to enter, and you'll see what we mean. Entrerrúas Alley in the historic center links Nova Street with Villar Street, and it's quite interesting to walk its length (assuming you don't suffer from claustrophobia): only people walking in the same direction may use it at any one time, otherwise they reach a literal impasse. The feeling is both strange and peculiar, as you get the impression that the buildings on either side may crush you. A pleasant surprise: along the way, you will find a beautiful courtyard with a bar, a perfect place to stop if the narrowness of the street gets to you.
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