Toppels Cafe Built as Upside-Down House is a Popular Tourist Attraction
A German cafe has been built entirely upside-down.
Located in Wertheim, Germany, Toppels Cafe is a roadside attraction built to resemble a family home turned on its head. The Toppel family really committed to the theme, too; the bathroom has upside-down fixtures (including the toilet), and so does the kitchen. There are a lot of clever details hidden around as well, like the kids’ toys scattered across the ceiling in one room.
Naturally, the cafe has been a hit with tourists, although we’ve been hearing a lot more about the architecture than the food. Scroll down to see a few examples of the selfies people are taking there.
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