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A toilet museum has been set up in New Delhi, India, featuring a replica of the throne King Louis XIV used to sit on, to promote better hygiene in the country

A toilet museum has been set up in India to promote better hygiene in the country.

museum helps policy makers to understand the efforts that were made in this field in the past.''

The Sublabh International Museum of Toilets, which is based in New Delhi, features several historical loos including a replica of the throne King Louis XIV used to sit on, and lavatories from the 1700s.

Gaurav Chandra, the museum's coordinator, said: ''We founded the museum to give a message.

''It's an education for students, who can learn about historical trends in development of toilets.

''India faces a big challenge in sanitation sector. So our museum helps policy makers to understand the efforts that were made in this field in the past.''

Source: http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/bizarre/bizarre-toilets-355543.html#ixzz2hxDVpXjt