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Mohenjo-Daro existed 5000 years ago in the modern day countries of Pakistan and northern India. The city was built on the bank of the Indus River. Lets take a look
The homes in Mohenjo-Daro were mainly built out of mud bricks. Most houses had flat roofs. They would often use the top of there house as an extra room.
I'm sure the bathrooms didn't look exactly like this but there showeres were similar. they did not have a shower head that spat out the water. They actually used buckets and stood on the shower floor and dumped water over there head. The city was fortunate enough to have plumbing though.
The Indus did something really funny called religious bath. They believed after taking a bath in the water they would be pure . they prayed to mother goddess for fertility of plants and animals
This brick building could resemble the houses that the more rich people owned. They often did not have flat roofs because that had big court yards.
The trade market was how people bought things. They would often bring stuff down the river. They used seals the confirm the deal and make the trade official.
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