How long are we going to dig boring history? Let us dig some history of Toilets. Yes. You heard it right. There is an international toilet museum in Delhi which has a long history of the evolution of toilets along with a display of some astonishing toilets one would have never thought about.
It introduces the technology used in the different periods of human history. Here, one can look at the global history of sanitation and toilets.
Designed as a replica of the throne of French King Louis XIV
It is designed as a copy of the throne of the French king; the main motive is to offer information about the design, raw materials, and technology.
A toilet in the shape of a leather chair
A toilet designed in the shape of the leather chair and it was used earlier by European Nobilis, actually dedicated to the sanitation and toilets.
Chinese basket toilet
Chinese basket toilet can be seen at the International Museum of toilets. The prime motive is to encourage the development of toilet-related technology.
Enjoy the virtual tour of the museum
Click pictures in museum photo gallery
Explore the Solar toilets gallery
Sulabh International Museum Of Toilets can be visited during the winters as the weather remains cool, however, it is open 7 days excluding the Indian national holidays.
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