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AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin

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Entdecke eine magische Unterwasserwelt mit über 5.000 beeindruckenden Meeresbewohnern in 17 verschiedenen Themenbereichen
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May 20, 2019
Great day for kids when it's rainy or cold outside.
June 07, 2016
5,000 sea creatures live in this exciting aquarium Once you’re in the aquarium, you can attend one of the many feeding demonstrations and educational sessions conducted by the aquarium employees. Other exciting attractions include a ride through the aquarium’s AquaDom and a chance to walk through…
June 24, 2014
AquaDom is the largest cylindrical saltwater aquarium in the world and is in the DomAquarée in Berlin-Mitte. It consists of an acrylic glass container of 16 feet height and 11.5 meters in diameter.
June 23, 2014
The Aquadome and Sea Life Centre in Berlin Mitte is an exciting new Aquarium to see, touch and learn.
February 01, 2014
biggest indoor upright aquarium in the world

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3 Spandauer Str.
Mitte, Berlin 10178
Puhelin+49 30 992800
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