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Germany Toilet Bunker (Nov. 2014)

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Thanks. :)

It was a bit difficult to illuminate. And another sleepless night for the visit. ;)

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That toilet room is very strange, I wonder if they used to have dividers between each one or did everyone just poo in harmony?? I like what you've done with the candles, I hope placing them wasn't too traumatic for you! :Poo

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Good question. ;)

But there are brackets on the wall. So I think there were once dividers.

And because of the candles: the toilets were fortunately empty. Otherwise I would have waived the candlelight. :D

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