Upside down house on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls, Canada 31 Jul 2017
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Walking along the streets of Niagara Falls this upside down house is the last thing you would expect to see. Built in 2012 by two Polish immigrants, this relatively new site certainly gives tourists a different site to discover. The house is not only upside down but crooked too. On entrance visitors may get disorientated, walking through looking up at beds and cookers stuck to the ceiling. What makes the house even more special is the natural wonder which forms the backdrop, the three waterfalls the town is named after, Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls, collectively known as Niagara Falls.
This article was originally published on 28 November, 2015