The men's room is next to the bath, the layout is very complex, inadvertently walk here, can overlook the library. The seat is surrounded by the room, the center has a small reservoir, the seat is complete.
This place on the south side is a little surprise. I walked past the library and just before reaching the Temple of Hadrian. It was a dense ruin. This is a public bathing area. I saw this in it. It was sitting and the craftsmanship was super good.
There are many interesting attractions in the ancient city ruins, such as toilets. The ancient Roman men's toilets in Ephesus are very characteristic. The biggest feature is that there are no baffles and no compartments. The pictures are too beautiful to look at.
There is a very interesting site in the ancient city of Ephesus. It was an ancient men's toilet. And it is automatically pumped, which is really very advanced. The spring water from the mountain was drawn here to wash away the excrement together. This design is so scientific and ingenious that I have to admire the ancient Romans' extraordinary architectural accomplishments.
The ruins of the ancient city of Ephesus with a history of nearly 2,000 years will make you not only shocked or shocked. The streets are spacious and the buildings are magnificent. Mosaic streets, bathing centers, libraries, and huge markets all reflect the aesthetic value of the people at that time. The most unforgettable thing is the public toilet, which is well kept. It shows that the sanitary conditions at that time have reached a certain height. It is said that the rich people at that time asked their servants to sit on the stone before it was convenient to sit on it. The rich are willful.