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Hi welcome to Mohenjo Daro
We are located in India in 2,500B.C. Our most popular river is the Indus River .Our population is 45,000.
This is what we use to shower with.
The street are laid out in patterns and a sewer system that ruins though the town.
Toilets,shower rooms,and garbage chutes were in every house in Mesopotamia in 2,500 and 500 B.C. The artifacts give many clues to what it was like to live in these cities.
The fortress was the largest bath house. The main tank was 40 feet long and 8 feet deep.
By putting a string through a hole at the back, a person would tie the seal to the bales of the grain and other trade goods.
Craft workers wove cotton cloth, shaped clay pots, and made metal objects such as silver and jewelry.
The Indus River valley merchants traded these goods with Mesopotamia and Egypt.
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