Photos credit: AP Photo/Themba Hadebe

This upside-down house in South Africa is all kinds of topsy-turvy fun

HARTBEESTPOORT, SOUTH AFRICA — It’s always a good idea to see things from a different perspective, even if it means standing on your head.

A house near Hartbeestpoort, South Africa, about 75 kilometres north of Johannesburg is causing quite a stir for being inverted on the outside and inside. With the roof on the ground, and the floor pointing towards the sky, the unique house has quickly become a tourist attraction and social media sensation.


Photos credit: AP Photo/Themba Hadebe

The interiors are no less absurd – the couch has been fixed to the ceiling, paintings are nailed to the walls knee-high, and kitchen appliances appear to defy gravity. The whole thing will make you feel like you’ve just fallen through the rabbit hole – it’s a wonderland of topsy-turvy treasures!


Photos credit: AP Photo/Themba Hadebe

It costs about Can$8 for adults to check out the house, and $5 for kids.

With file from The Associated Press
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