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The one & only Aquarium in town, it is situated in a beautiful spot in the fishing Port just worth the visit. You will also learn about the ancient legends of Basques and whale hunting. // El aquarium de la ciudad está en una ubicación inmejorable. Aprenderás sobre la cultura ballenera de los…
The highlights of a visit to the city's aquarium are the cinema-screen-sized deep-ocean and coral-reef exhibits. The aquarium also contains a maritime museum section.
You can spend hours in this wonderful aquarium with all kinds of creatures from tiny to sharks!
Nice Aquarium with under water tunnel where you can see sharks and many other species.
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