Eastern Europe is full of bizarre socialist architecture, and it's definitely worth seeking out the crazier examples. One of my new favourites is the Slovak Radio HQ, housed inside an inverted brown pyramid. They claim it's unique, and I can believe that. Who else would build something like this?
Home of "The Slovak Radio" (Slovenský rozhlas) the national public service radio broadcaster. Called the Pyramid, the building has been attracting attention for several years. It was referred to as “the building of the century” because its construction took so long.
This would give even a drinking person cause to do a double take. Interesting enough someone would design an office building in a pyramid shape, but now take that thought and turn it upside down.