Tourists come from all over world to see this inverted house

Mar 11 2020 04:56 PM
Tourists come from all over world to see this inverted house

Johannesburg: Hearing this news, you too will be eager to know how the reverse house would look like. Many times things get inverted in the house, but have you ever seen the whole house upside-down. If not, after seeing this picture you will also be thinking. The roof of this house remains below and the base of the house has been built up in the air. Because of its unique architect, tourists from all over the world go to see this house. Some are crazy about its beauty, some are shocked about its architect. We can tell you that it is made in South Africa.

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Situated near Hartbeastport, about 75 kilometers north of Johannesburg, this house is opposite from outside and inside. Guests take their photos in the rooms, which are fitted with rooftop sofas and chairs. The kitchen has also been turned upside down with equipment to defy gravity.

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The house is open for viewing from Monday to Saturday. Those interested in experiencing this unique architecture can come here from 9 am to 4 pm from Monday to Thursday, open from 9 am to 5 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The ticket price for adults is 90 South African rand, which is around 415 rupees and for children 60 South African rand which is kept at 277 Indian rupees.

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Free entry is allowed for young children here. The official Instagram page created for this house has over 3,000 followers and many visitors who have visited the house have made many comments. A user commented on one of the posts - 'Such a terrible place'. While the other user wrote, 'There is a plan to go there soon in the future. This house has surprised people a lot.'

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