The Lofoten Aquarium, North Norway

Lofoten is an archipelago of islands off the coast of Norway. Even so we havn’t found any information on this, it must be one of the Northern most settlements in the world. It is popular with tourists crossing into the arctic circle. The rich fishing grounds were always vital for the islanders, so they set up the Lofoten Aquarium.

In 2010 Hydrosight was asked to provide Lofoten Aquarium with aquarium windows.

 

Craning the aquarium window into the building

Craning the aquarium window into the building

 

Local cold water fish behind the newly installed aquarium window

Local cold water fish behind the newly installed aquarium window

 

Round, porthole shaped aquarium windows installed

Round, porthole shaped aquarium windows installed


Categories: Aquarium and Zoo, News and Examples, Norway
Created: 12 March 2010
Last Modified: 29 November 2013

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