Upside-down house defies gravity, draws tourists in Taiwan
UPI News Service, 02/23/2016
A tourist attraction in Taipei, Taiwan, is turning heads in all directions with the spectacle of an upside-down house.
The Upside-Down House Taiwan exhibit in Taipei, which opened its upside-down doors to the rightside-up public Feb. 6, features three stories of rooms decorated in the American Country style with all furniture and decor treating the ceiling as the floor.
The house took just over two months to complete and reportedly cost $600,000 to build.
A time-lapse video posted to YouTube shows how the mind-bending structure was created.
The attraction includes a bathroom, a kitchen, bedrooms and an upside-down garage with a full-sized vehicle mounted to the ceiling.
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