Located at the Radisson Blu Hotel in the centre of the German capital, the Aquadom tower is the main attraction of Sea Life Berlin. The cylindrical aquarium is the largest of its kind in the world, housing more than 1,500 fish of 50 differing species in over one million liters of water.
The AquaDom was built in 2004 at the cost of almost €13 million (roughly £10 million or US $14.5 million) and has quickly established itself as one of the highlights of the marine park.
Visitors of all ages come to marvel at the myriad species of sea life on display, as well as the daily spectacle of tank-cleaning and fish-feeding which is carried out by a team of four qualified divers. 8kg of food are used to nourish the aquarium’s inhabitants every day at 2pm, providing a unique opportunity to watch these fascinating animals’ feeding habits in a spectacular setting.
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