Bosnian Makes Rotating House a Monument of Love for His Wife

It's not exactly on par with India's Taj Mahal, but a family house in a small town in northern Bosnia is in its own way a monument to love.

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Vojin Kusic's stands in front of his rotating house in a town of Srbac, northern Bosnia, Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021. The house designed and built by 72-year-old Vojin Kusic, with its green façade and red metal roof, can rotate a full circle to satisfy his wife's shifting desires as to what she should see when she looks out of the windows of her home. (AP Photo/Radivoje Pavicic)
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SRBAC, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — It’s not exactly on par with India’s Taj Mahal, but a family house in a small town in northern Bosnia is in its own way a monument to love. The house in Srbac was designed and built by 72-year-old Vojin Kusic. With a green facade and red metal roof, it can rotate a full circle to satisfy his wife Ljubica’s shifting desires as to what she would like to see when…

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