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Houses Upside Down

In people’s minds is the mass of stereotypes, so it is important from time to time to turn the mind and look at familiar things from the other side. Perhaps such considerations guided the creators houses upside down. And it’s a great way to attract tourists.
Several houses upside down from China, Russia, Germany and Austria.

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Houses upside down:

Tourists baldeyut. Bringing Down the House in Jinshan district south of Shanghai, China, May 1, 2014. (Photo by Reuters | Aly Song):
Bringing Down the House in Jinshan district south of Shanghai, China

(Photo by Reuters | Aly Song):
Bringing Down the House in Jinshan district south of Shanghai, China

And this house looked from the outside, when the construction work ended. Jinshan District south of Shanghai, China, March 17, 2014. (Photo by Reuters | Carlos Barria):

Bringing Down the House in Jinshan district south of Shanghai, China

Bringing Down the House in Moscow Exhibition Center, January 17, 2014. (Photo AP Photo | Pavel Golovkin):

Bringing Down the House in Moscow at ENEA.

Bringing Down the House in Moscow Exhibition Center, January 17, 2014. Creators say that the interior may cause dizziness visitors. (Photo AP Photo | Pavel Golovkin):
Bringing Down the House in Moscow at ENEA

Bringing Down the House in Moscow Exhibition Center, January 17, 2014. (Photo AP Photo | Pavel Golovkin):
Bringing Down the House in Moscow at ENEA

And it is building a house upside down on the Baltic Sea in Germany, September 3, 2008. (Sean Gallup | Getty Images):

Bringing Down the House on the Baltic Sea in Germany

observe the working and finishers in this house. (Sean Gallup | Getty Images):
Bringing Down the House on the Baltic Sea in Germany

[Click to flip the photo]. (Sean Gallup | Getty Images):
Bringing Down the House on the Baltic Sea in Germany

Bringing Down the House on the Baltic Sea in Germany, September 3, 2008. [Click to flip the photo]. (Sean Gallup | Getty Images):
Bringing Down the House on the Baltic Sea in Germany

Well, the last house upside down in our short survey – building in the Austrian village Terfens, May 5, 2012. (Reuters | Dominic Ebenbichler):

Ctroenie in the Austrian village of Terfens

Built by Polish architects. [Click to flip the photo]. (Reuters | Dominic Ebenbichler):
Ctroenie in the Austrian village of Terfens

[Click to flip the photo]. (Reuters | Dominic Ebenbichler):
Ctroenie in the Austrian village of Terfens

[Click to flip the photo] . (Reuters | Dominic Ebenbichler) .
Ctroenie in the Austrian village of Terfens

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