Often, we take on a vacation to see the historical monuments, cultural treasures and stunning scenery.
And it is also usually how tourists describe New Zealand's treasures.
Nevertheless, is one of the largest tourist attractions a toilet in the small village of Kawakawa, five-hour drive north of Auckland.
Each year walk over 250,000 tourists to this public toilet - and it is not to facilitate themselves.
The write News.com.au.
the Toilet is not, of course, quite common. It is a work of the austrian artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
Photo: Flickr / Bernard Spragg
Hundertwassers works to find the most of everything around in Vienna, just as it also is here that one sees most of his architecture.
His work has always been characterized by going against the straight lines, and so it has always been full of colors and with a great focus on nature.
that's How it is with the small toilet, as well that the brand is not just for decoration.
many tourists come usually not to avail themselves of the facilities, but would rather take selfies and watch the colorful space.
Hundertwasser moved to New Zealand in the 1970s, where he in 1999 as his only work in the country created the toilet.
the Austrian died in the year 2000 aboard the Queen Elizabeth 2, 71-year-old.
Hundertwassers works are particularly characterized by its many colors and skewed lines. Photo: Flickr / pluckytree