It’s quite ironic that a landlocked country would be the place for the world’s deepest diving pool, but Poland has risen to, or should we rather say, dived into the occasion.
The spectacular diving pool is 45.5 metres deep and is located near the capital of Warsaw. The pool consists of several artificial underwater caves and Mayan ruins for adventurous divers to explore.
Both scuba and free divers can make use of the pool as it was constructed to cater to both beginner and advanced divers.
Of course, with 8,000 square cubic metres of water, this is no ordinary pool. Even in the midst the Covid pandemic, the pool was given the green light to open because it’s also used as a training facility.
With the opening of the pool in the Deepspot complex, it broke the record formerly held by Montegrotto Terme in Italy at 42 metres deep.
Watch the CGTN video below to get a closer look at the world’s deepest diving pool that was recently opened in Poland.
Image credit: South China Morning Post