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The first public what, was established by George Jennings at the Crystal Palace Exhibition in 1851 in London, UK?

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AFully equipped pay toilet, or water closet, with attendants
BCoffee house
CPetrol pumping station
DLibrary

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Fully equipped pay toilet, or water closet, with attendants
The first Gentleman's public toilet was then opened at 95 Fleet Street, London, on 2 February, 1852, and for women in Bedford Street, London, on February 11, 1852. Public lavatories or toilets were recorded in ancient Rome an became common in Europe in the early 19th century, in Paris, then in Berlin in 1820 and in London in 1851.
posted Feb 6, 2018 by Mohammad

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