Man in northern Bosnia builds a house that can rotate a full circle Vojin Kusic says he heard his wife's complaints about wanting a varied view from the windows, which is why he built a house that can rotate 360 degrees at different speeds. It took six years to build.

Man in northern Bosnia builds a house that can rotate a full circle

Man in northern Bosnia builds a house that can rotate a full circle

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Vojin Kusic says he heard his wife's complaints about wanting a varied view from the windows, which is why he built a house that can rotate 360 degrees at different speeds. It took six years to build.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. During this work-from-home life, have you gotten tired of the view from your window? Yeah, me too. Perhaps then you can relate to the wife of a Bosnian man. Vojin Kusic says he heard her complaints, so he built a house that can rotate 360 degrees at different speeds. Six years in the making, the home in Srbac now gets views of cornfields, forests and a river. Another perk - Kusic says if she sees an unwanted guest coming to the front door, she just spins the house around.

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