The All-Russian Exhibition Center built an upside-down house as a tourist attraction in Moscow. Everything within the home is upside down. Familiar household items and items of furniture hang overhead, the ceiling is under your feet, while the entire house stands at an angle. The visitors can tour the home and feel like they’re defying gravity with a living room, bedroom, kitchen, and even a bathroom all turned around.
Upside-down houses can be found around the world, one in Kiev, a house in the seaside resort in Trassenheide in Germany, and one in the Japanese city of Matsumoto. There’s also a series of White Houses in the US: in Orlando, Florida and Tennessee the biggest upside-down White House, in Wisconsin.