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The Water Museum
« on: January 04, 2009, 08:23:40 PM »
The Water Museum
Inside an old water tower is an upscale museum and exhibition hall. Water, canals and firemen and water department are all represented in the exhibits.
Even the history of toilets and water closets can be found here.


Water museum, even toilets!
The museum is inside the tower

Metro Chernyshevskaya
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Nov. 19: World Day of Toilets
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2010, 08:53:55 PM »
November 19th is celebrated as  [b]World Day of toilets[/b]. 
As part of a holiday in many capitals have been meeting at the highest level. And ironically there was inappropriate: "abode of sorrowful thoughts" in virtually all countries is far from perfect.

Meanwhile, 2.6 billion people across the earth have not the slightest idea about the latest developments in the field of plumbing - they have never seen a toilet, and need to manage at such places as the directors of horror films even hesitate to move into such "decorations" action his paintings.

Asians, for example, getting into a public restroom anywhere in the U.S., barely a faint do not fall: the doors to the booths seem to make very economical producers, because of what the legs, and even underwear secluded become visible to all comers . A notorious queue in the ladies toilets and dirt in the station closet, and the discrepancy latrines environmental standards?

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Re: The Water Museum
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2011, 09:14:27 PM »
I really like to see historical places which because you can gain your knowledge through these places.

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Re: Nov. 19: World Day of Toilets
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2013, 09:48:11 AM »
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November 19th is celebrated as  [b]World Day of toilets[/b]. 
As part of a holiday in many capitals have been meeting at the highest level. And ironically there was inappropriate: "abode of sorrowful thoughts" in virtually all countries is far from perfect.

Meanwhile, 2.6 billion people across the earth have not the slightest idea about the latest developments in the field of plumbing - they have never seen a toilet, and need to manage at such places as the directors of horror films even hesitate to move into such "decorations" action his paintings.

Asians, for example, getting into a public restroom anywhere in the U.S., barely a faint do not fall: the doors to the booths seem to make very economical [url=http://www.robustbuy.com][color=black]producers[/color][/url], because of what the legs, and even underwear secluded become visible to all comers . A notorious queue in the ladies toilets and dirt in the station closet, and the discrepancy latrines environmental standards?
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"Nov. 19: World Day of Toilets" this is really very joking. Toilets day ! i haven't think that toilets day observe in many countries and gives public holiday. In Asia toilets ......... Ha ha ha.....