The Polish Village Where All 6,000 Residents Live On the Same Street

The Polish village of Suloszowa, about 18 miles northwest of Kraków, has been dubbed “Little Tuscany” because of its unusual layout. All of the 6,000 residents live on the same street, with hundreds of houses on either side, snaking through multi-colored agricultural fields as far as the eye can see. The singular street stretches nearly 6 miles across the landscape. While the single-street layout is considered bizarre to much of the world, to the Poles it’s just a typical village. While having a singular street may not be that uncommon for European villages, its location in the middle of a mosaic agricultural field is definitely not something you see every day. If photos aren’t enough, the video below showing an aerial view puts everything "singularly" into perspective.