How are the toilets in different parts of the world
• How are the toilets in different parts of the world
"To some extent the cleanliness and comfort of the toilet stalls are a reflection of the level of civilization of any country (Najib Razak, Malaysian Prime Minister)"
Perhaps the oldest toilet (his age - 4.5 thousand years) was found in the fortress Mohenjodaro (modern Pakistan.). It is a brick building with a seat associated with underground sewers. As such facilities are in China, Egypt and ancient Rome.
According to one version, the first toilet flush appeared on the island of Crete long before our era. He looked like a stone toilet seat, to which by means of a complex system of pipes was fed water.
Let's see how it looks toilets in different parts of the world.
It is an ordinary school in Belgium. Here everything is civilized: 230 students and 20 teachers for 22 toilets.
Haiti. "I have no private toilet. My toilet - a hole in the ground next to my house. "
India, Uttar Pradesh. Many people here do not have a toilet in his house and go to the open field.
And this is a civilized Australia. But local artists have their quirks. For example, bathroom and toilet are not in the house, and outside it. Although there is no particular problem - the house is surrounded by wild bushes and trees.
Ghana. This Madame lives in a rented room with her husband and four children. The toilet was not at home, we have to go to the public.
In England, too, has its quirks. Here, for example, composting toilet.
Public toilet in Thailand.
Mozambique. Public toilet, where 30 people walk from different families.
Favela (slum) in Brazil. The water here include on Thursdays and Sundays, wriggle as you want.
Public toilet in a department store in Japan. Here you can charge your phone, watch TV, there's even a foot massage.
In contrast: the public toilet in Ethiopia.
South Africa. Bad, but your own.
Big House gypsy from Romania. Bathroom - as much as 20 meters.