South Africa is a beautiful country that has tons of interesting and fascinating tourist attractions.
With the roof touching the ground and the floors standing up in the air, this upside-down house has become a major tourist attraction for people who want to see the world from a different angle.
This house is located in this vicinity of Hartebeestpoort, approximately 75 kilometers from north Johannesburg.
People from around the world come to visit this town and take pictures inside. The rooms have chairs and sofas hanging from the ceiling, and in the kitchen, the appliances are hanging from up.
Tourists come here to experience a new perspective that is turning heads in a way that many would never expect. This house is built in the same way any standard house would be constructed. But there is one simple catch; it stands upside down.
The basic structure of the house relies on the idea that at times everything surrounding us feels like going upside down. People are encouraged to visit this artistic piece, which is opened for them throughout the week.
Each and every aspect of the house reflects a normal home; buy the only difference is that everything has been inverted.
Entry for this house is R60 for kids and R 90 for adults. This site would give you many interesting snaps for your Instagram snaps.
When visitors walk through this uniquely built house, they will experience that each room would appear to be on the roof; however, it is actually standing on the floor. This house provides a perfect opportunity for the guests to pose from a handing roof.
There are quite a few houses like these across the world, and one of them is located here in South Africa.
If you ever plan to visit this beautiful country, then make sure to explore this inverted house and get a different perspective on the world and interesting feeds for your Instagram
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