A couple of weeks ago Pearl posted about an upside down house built by a German businessman as a tourist attraction in Trassenheide, a German town on the Baltic Sea island of Usedom.
As it turns out, that isn't the only place where people are building upside down.
As the photos show, there is upside down buildings in Poland, South Korea, Japan and Palma Nova has one called Katmandu.
There is an upside down White House in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and Vancouver even has an upside down church!
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