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The most unusual pools in the world

Swimming pool right in the room or at the cliff, the color of blood or snow, simulating the sea shore or the sea basin - it's all been around for a relatively long time and was built by people who know no boundaries in design and are able to think truly creative.
In this article you will be able to get acquainted with the most original pools on our planet.

Intercontinental hotel, Hong Kong

The Intercontinental hotel in Hong Kong is famous not only for its generous accommodation and beautiful skyline. The highlight of the institution are three pools, which are located on the third floor of the Spa overlooking Victoria Bay. Visitors can choose a pool with hot, warm and cold water, while enjoying the views of Hong Kong.

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Blue lagoon geothermal Spa

The blue lagoon is one of the most famous places on the island, famous for its magnificent and mystical geothermal features. The pool is supplied with water ventilated from the ground near the lava flow, and in the lagoon it is updated every two days due to a combination of natural and artificial filtration provided by the nearby geothermal station. The water is heated in natural conditions under the surface of the Earth and on its way to the lagoon is washed in minerals. It is rich in minerals such as silicon and sulfur, and some claim to have healing properties and is suitable for treating skin diseases such as psoriasis.

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Swimming pool at the Chilean hotel San Alfonso del Mar

The world's largest swimming pool is more than 900 meters long and reaches a depth of more than 30 meters. It is located in a seaside resort in Chile. It took nearly five years to build the $ 1.6 billion pool. With 250 million liters of seawater, it is the second largest basin in the world (the first is the Ortlieb basin in Morocco). The pool provides a constant flow of fresh sea water, and stagnant drains back into the sea. It uses a special filtration system to desalinate seawater before it enters the pool and purify the water in the pool before it pours back into the ocean.

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Golden Nugget, Las Vegas, Nevada

The pool at the Golden Nugget casino in Las Vegas can be considered the scariest of all the unusual pools - it gives you the feeling that you are swimming with sharks, although it is not so. The pool is located around a giant reservoir of marine life, its construction cost a total of almost $ 30 million, it also has a three-story water slide that runs through the middle of the tank. Between the pool and the tank is a clear glass.

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Rangali Island, Maldives

Jutting out of a small island and merging with the Indian ocean in the Maldives, this luxurious pool belongs to Conrad Maldives and Spa. The artificial pond belongs to the class of known "infinity pools". They are designed in such a way that the edges of the pool are dissolved and you feel like you are swimming in the ocean itself.

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