Brandenburg Gate, Berlin - Once marking the turbulent division of East and West Berlin, the Brandenburg Gate now stands at the head of a pedestrian plaza just blocks from the German parliament. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, a physical and social reinvention has taken place throughout the city, visible in the bold lines of new architecture juxtaposing mementos of eras past
If you find it difficult enough in the morning, we suggest you don’t try picking up your morning coffee from this place. It's in Wertheim, Germany, so it’s a pretty long way to go. It's also upside down. However, if you’re ever in the area, you might want to pay a trip to see The Toppels’ roadside cafe – an upside down coffee shop, which sits next to an upside down house, which is open to the public.