In the beginning there was food. Or maybe drinks. Doesn’t matter. What matters is, that foods and drinks are followed by a need. A need that inspired human’s creativity and handcraft all over the world, to serve the people with suitable places to worship.

As time goes by, the more important and unique these places of worship become. Rural tribes started with sharing one public whole and a simple beam to sit on all together. But latest since the Roman bathing culture, the more these places of worship are evolving into thrones. And the ever more personalized they get, the more integrated they are and the more they offer also the more time we spent in them.

Nowadays, in industrialized civilizations, most people have their own little throne at home. Also public places often offer some thrones for a spontaneous act of worship. Modern thrones usually are surrounded by bathroom facilities and washing possibilities. In average people spent there between 30 minutes and 90 minutes each day. Some people die in there, others give birth. Since the third millennium, there is a World Toilet Organization. And a World Toilet Day. No wonder, in contemporary popular dating platforms we see a bunch of selfies and mirror shots taken in bathrooms. Showing and offering your throne gets an intimate act to attract possible partners.

However, in contrast we rarely appreciate the global culture or even the pure existence of our thrones. We usually not talk about them or even feel ashamed about it. Imagine, how many adventures are hidden there, how many stories untold…? This page is trying to change this. This page is dedicated to our

World of Thrones!

World of Thrones loves free culture

All pictures on this blog are in the public domain, published and licensed under CC0.

What does that mean? In short, that means that you are allowed to use these pictures anywhere at any time for any purpose. You can print them, sell them, repost them on your own blog, use it for your company or for whatever comes to your mind. You do not even have to mention World of Thrones as your source, but of course your throne will appreciate it, if you do.

World of Thrones loves your contribution

You have a nice picture of a beautiful throne that you like to share and to appear on this page? Please send them to onemoretoilet (at) worldofthron (.) es. We love contributions <3

World of Thrones loves subculture.

World of Thrones loves pictures from subculture locations but respects underground.

What does that mean? World of Thrones loves to show you the most beautiful thrones around the globe. But sometimes, for very good reasons, photos are not welcome. World of Thrones totally respects this by not delivering the location of a picture in this case (in safe, public spaces, you always find a link to OpenStreetMap to find the location of a throne). However, if you still encounter a picture you think is inappropriate, please get in contact.

World of Thrones loves sharing

Knowledge is a good that multiplies when you start sharing it. As the pictures are CC0, you can easily share the pictures wherever you like. World of Thrones does so as well and is planning picture archives on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter as well as the biggest free picture archives, Wikimedia Commons and Flickr. Stay tuned.

World of Thrones loves your privacy.

World of Thrones uses Piwik for some statistics, to see which posts get more attraction and interest and which not. Nothing more. DoNotTrack is enabled and if you use it, you will be invisible to this Piwik installation. But even if you don’t use it, this Piwik installation will not use your full IP-adress but anonymise it first.