New house upside down in ancient town

A labourer works at the upside-down house under construction at Fengjing Ancient Town in China. Photo Reuters
A labourer works at the upside-down house under construction at Fengjing Ancient Town in China. Photo Reuters

An upside-down house in an old canal town is set to become one of China's newest tourist attractions.

The house, in Fengjing Ancient Town south of Shanghai, has an upside-down exterior structure and interior layout, including furniture.

Construction is nearing completion and the attraction is scheduled to open in late April.

Fengjing Old Town is described by Wikipedia as a water town, or canal town, dating back to the time of the Yuan Dynasty.

It is known for its ancient stone bridges.

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