India’s Louvre of Loos, its Tate of Toi…

You’ve heard of art and craft museums, textile museums, waxworks museums (Madame Tussaud’s), even those showcasing shoes (Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto). But India has its spectacular Sulabh International Museum of Toilets – the world’s only museum showcasing a repertoire of lavatory exhibits from 56 countries. It has been attracting amused visitors ever since it threw open its doors to the public in New Delhi in 1992.

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