House Built Upside Down Attracts Thousands Of Tourists Every Year

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Rumble There are plenty of crazy and unique works of architecture in this world. Some of the most famous ones are the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Empire State Building in New York City or the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. However, there are plenty of architectural masterpieces that go unnoticed in this world. One of which is a house the was purposefully build upside down in Szymbark, Poland. It is one unique building that will leave you in awe.

Who would have thought that a house could even be build upside down like that? Just looking at it is so disorienting and almost makes you feel dizzy. The inside is even more astonishing as even the furniture is upside down as well! No wonder no one has asked to stay in this house, they could never get used to the disorienting atmosphere! Nonetheless, it is still amazing to look at and is truly a unique building that definitely needs to get more recognition than it currently has.

Watching this video, we cannot help but wonder what’s wrong with the perspective in this video. Polish businessman Daniel Czapiewski has built his unusual house to illustrate life’s absurdity which he felt was apparent during communist rule of Poland. “This house is a warning about the path we are taking. Making is spoiling this world and only mankind can fix it. There is an exhibition of Polish painters inside the house illustrating the precarious position, the world is in and how people must do more to protect it. The paintings show fascism, terrorism, Hiroshima, tsunami, famine, a concentration camp, communism and poverty.

At the end our great countryman Pope John Paul II is pretending to look through binoculars and showing us that it can be better, but that everything depends on us. This house took 114 days to build with the builders having to take a break every three hours because they felt so disoriented. Dizzy or not, the house attracts thousands of tourists every year. However, nobody asked to stay overnight. Would you dare to visit?

However, this is not the only house that stands upside down. The builder of The Upside Down House on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls Ontario says "it's the only one of it's kind in Canada". Adam Nielubowicz adds that "everything in this house is real." Built not just upside down, the house was also constructed on a 6-degree angle which makes walking through it a challenge. No details has been overlooked but most of them are overhead. All of the furniture and appliances are firmly attached to the ceiling, The six room house was two years in the planning and construction. It has become one of the most popular attractions on Clifton Hill. Winter hours are Friday through Monday and the builder says "you can come here and experience life upside down." For more information you can check out their website.

In addition, this is not the only upside down miracle we have witnessed. Check out this other architectural wonder. People in Taipei visit a three-story upside-down house, which took more than $600,000 and two months to complete.

Have you ever seen something like this? What unique pieces of architecture have you seen before? Let us know down in the comments section below. Please share this video with your family and friends as it will truly amaze them!

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