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World’s deepest diving pool opens in Poland

By AFP
23 November 2020   |   9:00 am
A 45.5-metre (150-foot) deep diving pool with artificial underwater caves and Mayan ruins, the world's deepest such structure, has opened near Warsaw. The complex, named Deepspot, even includes a small wreck for scuba and free divers to explore.

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