Europe’s biggest inverted house opened in Lithuania
In “Dino Park” complex in Lithuania (in Radaylyay village near Klaipeda) was opened first inverted home in Baltics which is believed to be biggest in Europe. Area of the inverted house -is 270 square meters and it can accommodate family of six people. The building has two floors and it has a living room, kitchen, bedroom, two children’s bedrooms, bathroom with a washing machine, as well as recreational areas, in which many interesting objects are exhibited. Visitors of the inverted house have to walk on the ceiling and all the things in the house turned upside down. The construction of the building costed 350 000 euros. Similar buildings exist in the world and in Europe, so the owners didn’t invented the bicycle, but inspired from the other European inverted houses and built their own.