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Europes Biggest Oceanarium to Appear in St. Petersburg
16.01.2015 14:42
Europes Biggest Oceanarium to Appear in St. Petersburg

New Oceanarium in St. Petersburg will be one of Europe’s largest scientific and educational centers for oceanology and marine biology. 

At the same time it will be a large-scale leisure and recreation area for St. Petersburg dwellers and guests. The Oceanarium to be constructed in Prospekt Slavy Avenue is expected to have attendance of 1 million people a year. 

The multifunction Oceanarium will include extensive exhibitions of the underwater world, as well as pools with crocodiles, manatees, turtles and a terrarium. Besides, there will be two theaters with sea animal shows, a movie theater with a lecture hall, the sea museum, and interactive educational playgrounds for children.

Moreover, the Oceanarium will include six health pools for healing swimming with dolphins. It will be St. Petersburg’s first large-scale centre for development of dolphin therapy, which is considered by scientists to be one of the most efficient methods of restorative and rehabilitation medicine.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: St. Petersburg Oceanarium Dolphins   

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