City Hall Urinal - 195-197 Oudezijds Voorburgwal, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Men have always had it easier when it comes to peeing, but it may come as a surprise that one of Amsterdam’s public urinals is also a National Monument. The circular, brick- and stone-built urinal was placed overlooking the canal in 1926, but became a National Monument in the 21st century. As it was built to blend in with the surrounding architecture, it wasn’t easy to see what its actual purpose was. So there you go, you can pee in a National Monument next time you are in Amsterdam!