If you want to have your senses baffled, look no further than the Upside Down House in Dukora, Belarus, just a short drive away from the capital city of Minsk. This unusual home was built inverted, with the roof and chimney touching the ground and the bottom of the house pointing towards the sky. While it looks quite strange from the outside, it’s even weirder once you step inside.
The interior has flooring on the ceiling and ceiling on the floor, so prepare to experience balance issues when walking around. Furniture and appliances have been mounted to the ceiling, while doors, windows and decor items have also been flipped. The curious house is open for tours and definitely makes for some wacky photos!