Extraordinary upside-down house marvels crowds in Taiwan
Visitors took turns posing inside an upside-down house created by a group of Taiwanese architects at the Huashan Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan, on Tuesday.
With a build price of $600,000 and over 3,230 square feet of floor space filled with real home furnishings, the upside-down house will continue to be on display to visitors until July 22.
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