After seeing the optical illusion of the world's steepest street, Baldwin Street in New Zealand, we thought we'd seen it all. But that's the interesting thing about this world, just when you think you've seen it all, it brings a better and crazier thing to you. And the Earth is full of such crazy things.
Like this cafe in Wertheim, Germany, called the Toppels' House. It's owned by a fictitious family, the Toppels, who were clearly very high when building this place. Why? Because they mixed up the ceiling and the floor of the place. Yes, you're thinking right! Their house and cafe is UPSIDE DOWN. We're not kidding!
And it's not just from the outside. It's inverted from the inside too. So once you enter the cafe from what's normally an attic window, you're in a for a really trippy experience.
Everything from the windows to the ceiling lamps, the cafe counter, bedrooms, living room, is upside down.
🙃 UPSIDE DOWN 🙃 wir haben das #toppelshaus bei Wertheim besucht. Das ist wirklich abgefahren 😅🙂🙃 #kinder #tbt #thefountcollective #letthekids #instakids #letthembelittle #myboys #momlife #travelwithkids #reisenmitkindern #childhoodunplugged #candidchildhood #littleandbrave #mom_hub #upsidedown 🙃 #allesstehtkopf 🙃 #instafamily #toddler #toddlerlife #toddlerfun #kids #lebenmitkindern
Even the bathroom and kitchen!
What's more? Even the coffee is served in inverted mugs. And so is the beer!