On a more cheery note visitors will be delighted to learn Warsaw has its very own street named after Winnie the Pooh (ulica Kubusia Puchatka), complete with a stone tablet depicting the honey thief hand-in-hand with Piglet. You’ll find a million other snippets of info to dazzle hot dates and dinner guests with. How about starting with Leo Gerstenzang? He’s the guy who invented cotton swabs, and he did so here in Warsaw. Or that you’ll find over 20 towns in the US named after the Polish capital, and even one in Jamaica. Finally, if you’ve read our section on the old town you’ll already know where to find two of the narrowest houses in the world. But how about the smallest house in Poland? That’s on ul. Długa 1, and currently serving as a pokey newsagent.