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Online Database to Flush Muscovites' Toilet Woes

Muscovites and guests of the city will be relieved to learn that toilets in the capital can now be found online.

The locations of free restrooms are available on Moscow's public data portal Otkritiye Danniye, Moscow's information technology department said Wednesday.

In total, 215 stationary toilets are included in the list, with over 40 of them located in the center of the capital.

The website provides the addresses of the restrooms, their working hours, and whether they require a fee.

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