Odd News Roundup: Lithuania delivers letters 50 years after they were posted; Visitors to Colombian house find world turned upside down after pandemic
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Visitors to Colombian house find world turned upside down after pandemic
An upside down house built in Colombia's Guatavita, a short distance from the capital of Bogota, is capturing the imagination of visitors looking for fun following coronavirus restrictions. Inside the house, which was designed by its Austrian owner Fritz Schall, who lives in Colombia with his family, tourists walk on ceilings where floors would normally be, while furniture is positioned beneath them.
Lithuania delivers letters 50 years after they were posted
A letter written to a 12-year old girl in Lithuania was delivered in December, almost 51 years after it was sent by a pen pal in Poland. "I thought that someone was pranking me", said Genovefa Klonovska after being handed the letter, which included a handmade coloured rose and two paper dolls.
(With inputs from agencies.)