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Monday, 24 March 2014

The largest cylindrical aquarium in the world | Berlin, Germany

The world's largest AquaDom with Cylindrical shape in Berlin, Germany. This amazing aquarium is situated in the lobby of 5 star hotel Radisson SAS Hotel in Berlin. The salt water aquarium with reservoir of acrylic glass in the height of 16 meters and a diameter of 11.5 meters overall design 25 meters, which can be compared with a nine-storey  building and approximate 900,000 liters of sea water which is home of 2600 fish of 56 different species, artificial colorful corals and rock formations.

Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin

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Incredible structure created by architect Sergei Choban, which is also know by his project Tower "Federation", Moscow. "Glass" is often referred to a AQUADOM - the largest aquarium, its capacity reaches one million liters of salt water. The total cost of the aquarium is 12.8 million euros. The unique and transparent elevator is built in the center of the cylindrical acrylic glass aquarium, that can take an unforgettable journey along the building, admiring the variety of water passing over the world. It is not necessary to dive in the sea and enjoy the views at the bottom. Service and maintenance of a favorable climate for the fish in the huge "glass" are engaged in two scuba divers who can sometimes be seen in full gear.

Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
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Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin

Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
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Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
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Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
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Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
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Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
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Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin
Giant aquarium inside Radisson SAS, Berlin, Image credit Jonathan Poh

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3 comments:

  1. Great, cylindrical ever seen before, aperciate to makers of this ...
    Thanks to rite also for showing us world best images n sharing the knowledge.
    Best regards,
    Ami singh

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