In fact, the sewers seem to have been there in the 13th century, the real scale is after the 19th century Paris cholera. It seems to be the whole 600 kilometers!
When I wanted to visit this museum, I thought that the museum has a dedicated area for sewers and the history of sewers. When I first entered the museum, it was exactly what I thought, but when you get to the back, you really enter the sewer, and there is water under your feet. Oh my goodness! I don't know how other people can stay and continue to visit (I am very afraid of getting the flu, so my tolerance to bad smell may be lower than normal). Although this museum is very special, I will not spend money to visit it. The ticket is included in the pass and I'm glad I don't need to pay extra.
Paris not only has beautiful ground buildings, but its sewers are also very complicated. As early as two or three hundred years ago, the world’s best sewer system was built here, so the sewer museum is also worth visiting. You can learn many stories about the construction of sewers in French cities, as well as the design concept, which is really eye-opening.
A very creative place, it is also a very special museum, but I may be more sensitive to smells, so I came out in less than five minutes after going down. The smell of the drain is really a bit big
The sewers in Paris are also quite a wide area. This museum is very popular. You can see a lot of artistic graffiti in the sewers. The popularity is also very high. This museum is a good place to go. .
One of the special museums with a large building area.
You'll see why the drainage system in Europe can be so smooth.
A very special museum to go out and wonder