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Europe's biggest Oceanarium to be built in Moscow
25.03.2009 00:01
Europe's biggest Oceanarium to be built in Moscow

Moscow is set to build the largest oceanarium in Europe by 2011 with the area of over 180 000 square metres.
      The oceanarium will be located in the western part of the city at the territory of Victory Park close to Moscow Triumphal Arch. This is going to be an amusement complex with a cinema, a hotel, a business centre and a shopping mall and many restaurants.
      The oceanarium with various types of sharks, octopuses, crabs, seahorses and other sea life representatives.
      The project , estimated at approximately $600 million, promises to attract over 2.5 million visitors a year.
      Russian Business


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