The idea of an upside down house attraction is not new, but continues to gain popularity worldwide. A house on display at the All-Russian Exhibition Center in Moscow is built to resemble a typical European summerhouse with one exception — it’s upside down. Visitors will discover that even the curtains and contents of the fridge all have been installed upside down, appearing in an unusual perspective. And, by inverting photographs, the visitors themselves can be upside down as well.
It is worth noting that the “Upside Down House in Moscow” is actually not the first building of its kind in Russia, but the first public attraction. Not so long ago, a Repino resident built an upside down house for himself, to live in.