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Toppels Cafe Built as Upside-Down House is a Popular Tourist Attraction

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WERTHEIM, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 7: The house of the Toppels family is an attraction where everything is upside down, also on the inside, on September 7, 2016 in Wertheim, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. The experience challenges visitors to see and feel the world with different eyes. (Michel Porro/Getty Images)
(Michel Porro/Getty Images)

 

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.

WERTHEIM, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 7: (EDITORS NOTE: This image has been rotated 180 degrees) The house of the Toppels family is an attraction where everything is upside down, also on the inside, on September 7, 2016 in Wertheim, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. The experience challenges visitors to see and feel the world with different eyes. (Michel Porro/Getty Images)
(Michel Porro/Getty Images)

 

Meine morgendliche Meditation. #allesstehtkopf #meditation #hausaufdemkopf #toppels #toppelshaus

A photo posted by Lars Friedrich (@larsfriedrichblog.de) on

 

 

Ich hab heut mal a bissle abgehangen ???? #wertheimvillage #abhängen #toppelshaus #dashausaufdemkopf #chillmodus

A photo posted by ? Maja Wiesemann ? (@moerchens_welt) on