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April 29, 2016
The last surviving vespasienne (public urinals), still regularly used mainly by taxi drivers, is seen...
Paris, France
The last surviving vespasienne (public urinals) is seen on the boulevard Arago in Paris
The last surviving vespasienne (public urinals), still regularly used mainly by taxi drivers, is seen on the boulevard Arago in Paris, April 28, 2016.In the 1930s more than 1200 were in service and in the early 1960s, the Paris city government decided to start replacing vespasiennes with public pay toilets equipped with attendants. Their name comes from the Roman emperor Vespasian who built a network of public toilets in Rome. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
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