These pictures were sent in by JC. He writes: "Les Baux is a well-preserved medieval village in Provence popular with tourists. Above the village are the ruins of a castle. There are two public semi-outdoor toilets in the village. The urinals are outdoors. The following pictures of one of the facilities taken from the public area outside show the urinals"
The following is known about this scenic town: "Les Baux-de-Provence is a commune in the Bouches-du-Rhône department in southern France, in the province of Provence. It has a spectacular position in the Alpilles mountains, set atop a rocky outcrop crowned with a ruined castle overlooking the plains to the south. Its names refers to its site — in Provençal, a baou is a rocky spur. The village gives its name to the aluminium ore Bauxite which was first discovered there in 1821 by geologist Pierre Berthier."