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Old Town, Centro
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Spanish architect Felix Candela used thin-shell reinforced concrete to create his signature hyperbolic parabola structures.  L’Oceanographic.

The Oceanografic

The Largest Aquarium Complex in Europe

Valencia’s futuristic City of Arts and Sciences includes the Oceanografic aquarium, inviting visitors to take a journey across the planet’s seas, oceans, and wetlands, to discover this fascinating natural world and learn about its incredibly diverse marine life.

Oceanografic aquarium, Valencia Spain features over 45,000 beings of 500 different species

 

Featuring over 45,000 beings of 500 different species, Oceanografic is by far the largest aquarium in Europe. It was designed by Spanish architect Félix Candela in collaboration with engineers Alberto Domingo and Carlos Lázaro, and opened to the public in 2003.

 

The Oceanografic Valencia Spain, is by far the largest aquarium in Europe
From The World's Oceans
The aquarium shelters more than 500 species of wetland birds, characteristic flora, and marine creatures, including sharks, dolphins, penguins, and more, all grouped by their area of origin. Here isitors will have the opportunity to see typical marine life from the world's wetlands, seas, oceans, and islands.

 

 

The complex comprises several buildings and outdoor spaces divided into a number of areas, each representing one of the Earth’s most important marine ecosystems. Visitors can view displays of the Mediterranean and the Temperate and Tropical seas to the Arctic, Antarctic, and the delicate environments of the Wetlands.

 

 

 

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