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Upside-down house defies gravity, draws tourists in Taiwan

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Ben Hooper
This house is upside-down. Seriously. Screenshot: BBC video
This house is upside-down. Seriously. Screenshot: BBC video

TAIPEI, Taiwan, Feb. 23 (UPI) -- A tourist attraction in Taipei, Taiwan, is turning heads in all directions with the spectacle of an upside-down house.

The Upside-Down House Taiwan exhibit in Taipei, which opened its upside-down doors to the rightside-up public Feb. 6, features three stories of rooms decorated in the American Country style with all furniture and d├ęcor treating the ceiling as the floor.

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The house took just over two months to complete and reportedly cost $600,000 to build.

A time-lapse video posted to YouTube shows how the mind-bending structure was created.

The attraction includes a bathroom, a kitchen, bedrooms and an upside-down garage with a full-sized vehicle mounted to the ceiling.

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