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Seaquarium At the ENEA
26.11.2014 16:17
Seaquarium At the ENEA

The construction of a seaquarium at the ENEA is at its final stage.

      “The seaquarium will have two specially designed pools for killer whales They will find a comfortable place of permanent residence in Moscow in December of this year” - the representative of the exhibition said.

      The seaquarium will open to visitors in the first half of 2015. Earlier the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Policy and Construction of Marat Khusnullin reported that the total area of the seaquarium would be about 40 thousand square meters.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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