Forgotten restroom in Israel
There is something very unnerving about being in an abandoned public toilet and discovering that it has power. The walls and ceiling are crumbling inside of this public toilet in Israel. The floor of this tiny abandoned public toilet in Israel is very warped. There are holes in the roof. The restrooms were built in the 1950s and had last seen activity in the 1990s.
You can examine the quiet beauty of these once-vital, now abandoned restrooms in this photo series. There are tiny restrooms, where anyone could once pee for just an Israel shekel. You can see pictures of the abandoned places in Israel and around the world through my blog and website.
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Photos of Abandoned Public Toilet in Israel
|Expert on Urban Planning and Abandoned Places|
|Mr. Gregory Hooqe is a highly experienced expert on Urban Planning and Sustainable Development. Mr. Gregory Hooqe has been focusing on Urban Development since 2000 and has written extensively on the subject.|
He was awarded the 2009 Korea Foundation Professional Award for his research on Korean Smart Cities, as well as the 2016 Korea Development Institute, Global Ambassador Award for SD and Innovation. Mr. Gregory Hooqe served for LG Technology Center and has been teaching and consulting at Shaanxi Railway Institute and KDI.