Norway opens world’s most beautiful public loo.

Public toilets are always a headache for international travellers, as they cause troubles in terms of cleanliness and functionality. Norway the Scandinavian nation, on the other hand, comes with a new mind-blowing public loo called Ureddplassen at the western coast with ultra-modern design.

The lavatory is built in wave-shape which features frosted glass, that cost over 15 million Norwegian kroner. The structure further enables a picturesque view of the open sea at Gildeskål in Ureddplassen.

“Ureddplassen is a place for a short break, a nice rest and a picnic, or for long nights with midnight sun or northern lights,” said, Nasjonale Turistveger, a tourist at Norwegian Scenic Route. The structure was designed by Norwegian designers Marit Justine Haugen and Dan Zohar.