Possibly the Weirdest Corner Shops in the World

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Bored with the high street shops? Looking for somewhere different to spend your hard-earned cash? Like to be disturbed and confused? Then check out the weirdest shops in the world:

Deyrolle, a taxidermy shop, has got to be the most bizarre outlet in Paris, freaking out anyone who walks by. Opened in 1831 by entomologist Emile Deyrolle, the shop has become a favorite haunt of the rich and famous, and budding scientists.

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Design moguls Viktor & Rolf obviously like playing with your head; their store in Milan looks as if it’s been flipped entirely on its head, with chandeliers adorning the floor and chairs on the ceiling.

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