World's Deepest Swimming Pool


The 35.4 metres deep indoor swimming pool in Brussels, Belgium holds 2.5 million litres of water. Named Nemo33, the swimming pool was designed by scuba diving expert John Beernaerts. Nemo33 is not just a simple swimming pool because it has several underwater caves at a depth of 10 metres. Another unique feature of the swimming pool is that it contains non-chlorinated filtered spring water at a temperture of 30 degree celsius. There are alo 14 underwater window allowing the visitors to enjoy scuba diving.


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