World’s largest cylindrical aquarium explodes this Friday morning. around 5.45, a huge leak surprised the tourists staying in L Hotel Radisson Blu -Located in berlin– why two people were injuredAs told by the local police. The flood reached the sidewalk of the hotel and the third floor of the building. In its wake, dozens of doors and windows were destroyed by the escape.
in large quantity 100 rescuers They rushed to the spot to help the affected people. The firefighters specified that, at the moment, The cause of the explosion at the aquarium is unknown., seismographs in the area recorded the strong movement gave way to the glass in the momentOr thousands of liters of water spilled on the ground floor of the hotel.
“Brother, what the hell my hotel’s fish tank exploded in the middle of the night? What’s up?” User @niklas_scheele, who was at the hotel at the time of the explosion, posted on his social media.
To prevent more people from being injured, officers closed a busy road leading to the scene Water gushed out of the building, surrounding streets were flooded and debris from the collapse along with dead fish piled up on the asphalt And complicated the movement of vehicles.
Las two main hypotheses It is possible to handle the authorities about the cause of the accident physical failure that form or result in an aquarium temperature below zero Which punished Germany in recent times.
The mayor of Berlin, Franziska Giffi, specified from her Twitter account that “despite the heavy destruction with the leak around one lakh liters of waterIt was a blessing in disguise,” as no one was seriously injured.
berlin fire brigade assured The building is “badly damaged” and that the rescue dogs did not find any new victims of the accident.
How was the world’s largest cylindrical aquarium?
16 meters high and with a diameter of more than 11 -about six stories tall-, the Aquadome was Highlights of Radisson Blu HotelA spectacular campus located on the banks of the Spree River in Berlin, the capital of Germany.
The world’s largest cylindrical aquarium was reopened in the summer of 2020 after two and a half years of work. The total cost of renovating the aquarium was €2.6 million,
The Aquadome was made of acrylic glass. It had a built-in elevator that was used by tourists and Contains over 1,500 fish from 50 exotic species, Due to its enormous size, the cleaning and maintenance of the glass mass was carried out by a single diver.