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The public latrine is part of the Ephesus city and inside the archeological site that you are visiting when entering Ephesus. So it is part of the “tour” and should not be overlooked. When you walk from the top and downward, you will find the...More
I don’t half feel weird reviewing what is effectively a really old toilet. But its actually quite interesting, the sheer amount of work that went into making these buildings and the amount of architecture in them shows the place in society toilets and baths held.
If that place could talk what would it say, as the main people sat there talking about life. I like the heating vents in the wall so you didn't get stuck. Our guide said the slaves had to warm the place for their masters.
This is a unique restoration. Here people would gather to sit on the communal toilets. The sewage would flow down hill and there was a fresh water trough flowing in front for washing. Nobles would send their servants first to warm their seat.
Yep, it is very interesting. Lots of guys sitting around using the restroom together. The ancient culture was strange. However, there were very smart. The fact that they had figured out a useful form of “plumbing” is simply amazing. This spot is very well preserved.
The Romans were very advanced in terms of plumbing - this has been witnessed at many of their ancient settlements including also at Pompeii and Herculaneum. When you see how advanced they were in those times it makes you wonder what has happened in the...More
this is the place where the people from those days used to go when nature called.they used to wear a white robe and carry a green sponge in their hand.just near the latrine a canal of fresh water passes.the first seat was always in demand...More