One of the finest creations, AquaDom in Berlin, Germany is the largest acrylic glass cylinder in the world. At 25 meters tall, and 11 meters wide, the aquarium is the largest acrylic glass cylinder in the world and contains 900,000 liters of sea water and 56 different species of fish. A pair of divers undertakes daily cleaning and fish feeding activities. This marvelous aquarium contains 900,000 liters of seawater and hosts 2600 fishes of 56 species. Constructed by the U.S Company, Reynolds Polymer Technology, the AquaDom was built at a cost of 12.8 million Euros. Eventually, it was opened to the public in December 2003. The aquarium is a perfect blend of huge amount sandblasted glass, which lends a lucid touch to the lobby. Visitors can enjoy their trip through the aquarium in a glass-enclosed elevator that takes them to the sightseeing point. There are two full-time divers for, maintenance of the fish tank as well as feeding the fishes. Some of interior suits and rooms are especially designed to offer a privileged oceanic panorama of AquaDom.