My aunt recently told me that my little cousin read about an upside house in Moscow in the Guinness Book of World Records. You wouldn't believe my amazement when I passed by it quite accidentally! Thinking of my little cousin, I knew I had to stop inside. Hopefully these pictures will blow his mind. This house was located at VDNKH and only costs 300 rubles to go inside. The furniture is all attached securely to the ceiling. To make matters more trippy, the floor is slightly slanted. I think that due to the tilt, I immediately began to experience what I can only describe as vertigo. It was akin to the feeling you have after getting off of the ride "Gravitron." Still, a super awesome experience.
The writer of Not Home Syndrome can be seen wandering around Moscow, searching for pour-over coffee