Everybody has that moment where they need to find a bathroom in a new city. One photographer has made it his mission to not just find them, but photograph them. Dan Schaumann photographs and curates photos of toilets around the world on his website, Toilography. He's even declared Montreal the best city for toilet photography in Canada.\n"The best toilet city, I'm going to tell you right now, is Montreal," Schaumann told CBC News. His photographs, shared on his Instagram, prove his point. There are plenty of plain old bathrooms everywhere, but some Montreal institutions have made a point of making things more interesting.\nSome of these toilets make visiting the bathroom more fun, such as the "disco toilet" Schaumann captured at Mazza, a Montreal restaurant.\nView this post on Instagram One of my favourite restaurants in Montreal is Mozza Pâtes et Passions. This was my third visit in just as many years – I keep returning not only for their deliciously experimental take on Italian food but for the ultimate dessert: the famous DISCO TOILET A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Dec 11, 2017 at 5:46am PST\nOther Montreal toilets that Schaumann has captured would probably make people a little uncomfortable, like these urinals at Candi Bar.\nView this post on Instagram Get a load of these 👄 urinals at Montreal’s Candi Bar A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Dec 3, 2017 at 12:54pm PST\nYeah, that just conjures up some images that most people probably would rather ignore while using a public bathroom. However, Schaumann also managed to find some great bathrooms at Cégep de Saint-Laurent, where the walls are coated with graffiti.\nView this post on Instagram The psychedelic men’s room at Montreal’s Cégep de St Laurent A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Jun 29, 2019 at 4:53am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Some of the best tagged loos I’ve ever seen at the Cégep de Saint-Laurent in Montreal. I made a return visit here recently to capture some of its graffitied glory - look out for the next Toilography video coming soon! A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Jun 7, 2019 at 10:23am PDT\nView this post on Instagram A while ago I paid a visit to the Cégep de Saint-Laurent, a college in Montreal which has some of the best graffitied toilets in all of Canada. Here’s some video I took from the day - you can see it in full at the Toilography channel on YouTube or Facebook. There’s 30-40 years worth of graffiti built up on these washroom walls, it’s incredible! A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Aug 9, 2019 at 8:17pm PDT\nSchaumann has paid visits to bathrooms all over Canada and the rest of the world, but what would he think about places that are deemed the best bathrooms in the country?\nEvery year, Cintas awards the best bathroom in Canada, and the competition is stiff. However, what makes some of these bathrooms more intriguing is their location. One of the nicest bathrooms people have visited is actually in an Alberta gas station.\nCanada's Best Restroom Contest | Facebook\n"People put in a lot of effort to make their restroom stand out and look interesting," Schaumann told CBC. "And ever since then I kind of made that realization I've tried to kind of focus more in that direction."\nCurrently, Schaumann is on the East Coast, cataloguing the toilets of Newfoundland. That includes the toilet at the bar where he was "screeched in," following the standard protocol for visiting Newfoundland.\nView this post on Instagram I’m in St John’s, Newfoundland! This is the toilet at the bar I got screeched in at A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Aug 10, 2019 at 4:41pm PDT\nHe also managed to find a truly unconventional toilet that would be just perfect for anyone who really loves nature. Everyone else though would probably just want to skip it.\nView this post on Instagram Today I went on an epic hike from Fort Amherst to Freshwater Bay; I’d heard on good authority that there was a loo here totally exposed to the elements. It took a bit of searching but I’m happy to report I found it - how peaceful is this potty! It was totally worth the 2 hour trek. Newfoundland is stunning 😍 A post shared by Toilography (@toilography) on Aug 11, 2019 at 4:13pm PDT\nIf anything, Schaumann's work is a perfect encapsulation of how anything can blow up on social media, even photos of toilets.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.