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A loo with a view: London's latest lavatory experience

Toilet in The Shard

Londoners are dubbing it "the loo with the view", standing at 230 metres above the city of dreams, this toilet is one you’ll want to occupy.

The luxury lavatory is one of the many features of London’s newest tourist destination, The Shard.

A $3 billion development, the skyscraper is Western Europe’s tallest and will open to the public next month.

From here, visitors can gaze down upon landmarks including the Tower of London, HMS Belfast and the River Thames. Talk about a room with a view.

A woman admires the view from the 69th floor of The Shard skyscraper.

Known as “The View from the Shard”, the attraction, which features official viewing areas from beyond the john, will open on February 1.

User comments
what a great view, but dont know about sitting on a tiolet for every one to see you doing youre bussiness lol!

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