At 147.6 Feet, Poland Is All Set To Open The World’s Deepest Swimming Pool
Swanky pools always wow travellers and this one is about to break all kinds of records! The world’s deepest swimming pool is due to open in Poland this year, promising a depth of 45 meters aka 147.6 feet. DeepSpot – in the central Polish town of Mszczonow – will open its doors for the public in autumn, with a water volume equivalent to 27 normal swimming pools.
According to the local media, eight thousand cubic meters of water will be used to fill DeepSpot. The pool will also include an underwater tunnel, hotel rooms overlooking the pool as well as restaurants and conference rooms.
With so many impressive characteristics, it will hold the record of world’s deepest pool, but only for six months because the Blue Abyss that’s under construction in Colchester, UK will open with a 50-meter (164 feet) deep pool.
The technology consultant John Vickers said that “As Apollo 11 Astronaut, Michael Collins said, ‘It’s human nature to stretch, to go, to see, to understand. Exploration is not a choice really; it’s an imperative’.”
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