Unusual upside down houses from all over the world 8/22/2016 • Terry
Have you ever walked on the ceiling?
These amusements are becoming more and more popular today and can be now found almost in every country of the world. Most of the houses are filled with inverted furnishings, which makes them even more attractive for tourists. Let's take a look at some of them, and maybe you will decide to visit the closest one with your family next weekend.
#1 WonderWorks museums
WonderWorks museums are located in several American cities. This one is in Orlando, Florida. Looks like a building that crashed into the Earth!
This one is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
And Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
#2 A house in Trassenheide
Trassenheide is a German seaside resort. Such a house was built there to attract tourists. It looks like an ordinary family cottage... almost.
And that's what's inside the house!
#3 The Education and Region Promotion Centre in Szymbark, Northern Poland
This one is located in a Polish open-air museum of folk architecture. An amusing showpiece!
#4 "White Restaurant", Batumi, Georgia
This restaurant looks like an upside down White House!
#5 A modest house in Lee Vining, California
And still with a special sign plate!
#6 Rumah Terbalik in Sabah, Malaysia
Rumah Terbalik is the first and only upside down house in Malaysia. It is listed in the local book of records.
#7 An upside down house in Niagara Falls, Ontario
This one is also a museum, and everything is upside down inside as well!
#8 A multicolored cottage in Taipei, Taiwan
This American-style house is located in Huashan 1914 Creative Park.
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- Couple from Sweden built a greenhouse over their home to make it warmer!
Have you ever seen such a house? Do you find such constructions beautiful and worth seeing? Share your impressions with us in the comments below!
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