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An indelicate question regarding Greece

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I have just read on a "Greece Trivia" website that the majority of toilets can not flush bathroom tissue and there is a receptacle nearby in which to dispose them. I have not read or heard this anywhere else.

Is this a fallacy? Are there parts of the country where one can expect to find this (not unlike Mexico)?

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