The archaeological excavations in China revealed a luxuriously designed bathroom for at least two thousand years. The baths are presumed to belong to the royal family.
According to the China Daily, the archaeologists found three ancient baths in rectangular shape, with floors and walls bricked, in the excavations conducted by archaeologists in the Yüeyang district of Shaanxi province, Shaanxi province.
It is noted that the structures of the ancient baths and the drainage systems found in Yüeyang have reached today.
Yüeyang is known as the capital of the "Qin" state, which ruled during the Warring States period (475-221 BC).
Liu Rui, Specialist of the Archaeological Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), said in a statement on the subject, that the baths had the Qin rulership belonging to the royal family.