Two Polish architects, Marek Rozhanski and Irek Glowacki, designed an upside down house as a tourist attraction in the western Austrian village of Tertens.

 

The interesting house, which was created as a tourist attraction, is currently open for public viewing.

 

Similar in some capacity to the upside down mountain in France, the Pic de Bugarach, which is believed to have erupted thousands of years ago, ultimately creating the inverted mountain.

 

Do you think Austria’s new upside down home will become a popular tourist attraction?