Finally, it’ll be easier for tourists to experience some of Prague’s more unconventional historical artifacts. By the end of the year, a collection of historical toilets will be moved from Prague’s 2 district to Michalska 1 in order to be more easily accessible. The collection started when Gothic and Baroque toilets were discovered during the reconstruction of a 13th-century building near the city. Since then, the collection has expanded to almost 2,000 antique toilets and chamber pots. Among the esteemed pieces are a 19th-century chamber pot from the White House which could have been used by up to 17 American presidents and a chamber pot that was commissioned by Napoleon Bonaparte.
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