Moscow Gets an Upside Down Tourist Attraction

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It's not the first, and probably won't be the last, but there's a new house in Moscow that happens to be upside down. Walk on the ceilings through this tourist attraction that even has a lobster dinner on the table and a Mini Cooper in the driveway.

Dance on the Ceiling in This Upside-Down Russian House | Curbed

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