[CBC뉴스] 바르샤바에 가까운 폴란드 Mzczonow에 있는 세계에서 가장 깊은 수영장에 수중 다이빙하는 영상이 공개되었다
세계 기네스북에 따르면, 딥스팟이라고 불리는 수영장은 45,5미터의 가장 깊은 지점으로 이탈리아 몬테그로토 테르메에 있는 Y-40 다이빙 수영장을 능가하는데, 이 수영장은 최대 42미터의 깊이를 가지고 있다.
First divers took a plunge into the world's deepest pool on Saturday (November 21) in the small Polish town of Mszczonow close to Warsaw.
With its deepest point at 45,5 metres (147 feet) the pool, called Deepspot, beats the Y-40 diving pool in the Italian town of Montegrotto Terme, which according to the Guinness Book of World Records has a maximum depth of 42 metres.
The main part of the pool is 20 metres deep and the deepest part is surrounded by a large concrete tube. Visitors who prefer staying dry can use an underwater viewing tunnel located inside the pool.
The pool is suitable for divers of all skill levels and contains 8,000 cubic metres of water, 27 times that of a normal swimming pool 25 metres in length, according to Deepspot's website.
The pool is intended for people practising sports and therefore, in line with current COVID-19 restrictions in Poland, the pool is allowed to stay open.
Deepspot will only briefly hold the title however, as a pool currently under construction in the English city of Colchester with a maximum depth of 50 metres is due to unseat it.
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