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Inverted house In Sheregesh
14.10.2014 23:42
Inverted house In Sheregesh

The construction of a new attraction for tourists – an inverted house - is in full swing at the lower site of the Skyway track in Sheregesh, as the community “Sheregesh Online” reports on the website VKontakte.  These attractions are quite popular abroad, but they have  begun to appear in Russia only recently. The buildings entertaining visitors with inverted interior are located in Yalta, Gelendzhik, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad and Novosibirsk. The latter was built in Novosibirsk Zoo not long ago and became the first structure of such kind behind the Urals.

      Judging by the pace of works, the construction of the inverted house in Sheregesh may be completed by the beginning of the current season, according to the website of the resort. Such houses are built not only upside down, but at a slant, for greater effect. Thus the visitors have the illusion of complete disorientation. The photos of people standing on the walls or on the ceiling look really funny.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Sheregesh     

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