Aquarium of Genoa
Aquarium of Genoa - is the largest aquarium in the whole of Italy and one of the largest in Europe. Create the aquarium in 1992 was dedicated to the quincentenary the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, a native of Genoa.
The author of the project of this amazing place was Renzo Piano. Aquarium consists of thirty-nine cubes, which are placed in the most unusual fish and other inhabitants of the deep sea. In the five largest reservoirs live sharks, dolphins, seals, penguins, manatees and turtles.
Aquarium offers all visitors such routes: green, purple, blue and yellow. Blue Route will not only see the inhabitants of pools and aquariums, but also to learn about the evolution of life on the planet. The yellow route will introduce otters and caimans. Green - with amphibians, chameleons, iguanas, spiders, snakes. Different species of fish, turtles and marine mammals can be seen on the purple route.
It employs an interesting program, "I also shark." The gist of it is that anyone over 12 years old can dive into the pool, where these toothy sharks swim! In addition, the aquarium you can see an interesting show with dolphins and penguins.
To get to the aquarium in Genoa are on the city bus number 1 or on other routes that pass through the central part of the city.