In this house, you walk on the ceilings -- but you feel like you're bouncing off the walls.
Visitors to Bispingen, Germany, have a unique chance to get a new perspective on the world when they tour an upside-down residence dubbed the "Crazy House."
The off-kilter abode was erected in a zoo in the German municipality of Gettorf last year, according to the "Crazy House" website. Builders then hauled the home to Bispingen, where it was flipped by two cranes into its precarious position and opened to the public Saturday.
The outside of the house isn't the only thing to gawk at -- the inside is also inverted.
Visitors can wander around an upside-down bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living room and see couches, beds and tables -- complete with place settings -- hanging above their heads.
Just to throw guests further off balance, the entire home is tilted off axis by about 5 degrees.
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