Crooked House in Sopot
photo by Alistair Young

Creating the Crooked House, architect Szotynscy Zaleski got inspiration from fairytale illustrations. The roof is covered with green shingles resembling dragon scales and the exterior gives the impression of a melted house. Situated in the shopping center of the city, it houses several restaurant and cafes. Because of its unusual look, it is maybe the most photographed building in Poland.

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