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Upside down house opens to the public in China

Tourists visited the upside down house in Fengjing Ancient Town, Jinshan District, south of Shanghai. Credit: Reuters

An upside down house has been attracting hundreds of visitors after it opened to the public in Shanghai last week.

Those who wondered what it would be like to walk on the ceiling said they felt "dizzy" in rooms with upside down furniture and felt "disorientated" by the sloping floors.

It opened to the public last Thursday and costs 30 yuan (£3) per visit.

Visitors experienced walking on the ceiling in the upside down house. Credit: Reuters
One visitor poses with the upside down dining table and chairs. Credit: Reuters
Hundreds of visitors queued to pose for photos in the house on Thursday. Credit: Reuters