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Where Is The Largest Swimming Pool In The World Located?

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According to the Guinness World Records, the largest swimming pool in the world is San Alfonso del Mar Seawater pool in Algarrobo, Chile. It is 1,013 m (3,323 ft) long and has an area of 8 ha (20 acres). At its deepest, it is 35 m (115 ft) deep. It was completed in December 2006.

This can depend on classification however as there are a number of categories in to which a swimming pool may fall; for example there are:
-  indoor and outdoor pools
- heated and non heated pools
- fresh water and saltwater pools
- filtered and non filtered pools
- natural or man made pools.

According to some sources the pool situated in the Sonny Carter Training Center at NASA is the largest indoor pool while others claim the Sun-lite pool at Coney Island in Cincinnati, USA to be the world's largest filtered pool. Another source confirms the Weyermannshaus pool in Bern Switzerland as the largest; the pool is a natural one with an island situated in its midst. Standard Olympic pools are also quite big measuring 50 m (164 ft) in length and 25 m (82 ft) in breadth.

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There are a number of categories in to which a swimming pool may fall; for example there are indoor and outdoor pools, heated and non heated pools, fresh water and saltwater pools, filtered and non filtered pools and natural or man made pools. However the largest pool in the world is the Orthlieb pool in Casablanca, Morocco; it is a saltwater pool and is 480 m (1575 ft) long and 75 m (246 ft) wide with an area of 3.6 hectares (36,000 sq m).

According to some sources the pool situated in the Sonny Carter Training Center at NASA is the largest indoor pool while others claim the Sun-lite pool at Coney Island in Cincinnati, USA to be the world's largest filtered pool. Another source confirms the Weyermannshaus pool in Bern Switzerland as the largest; the pool is a natural one with an island situated in its midst. Standard Olympic pools are also quite big measuring 50 m (164 ft) in length and 25 m (82 ft) in breadth.

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According to the Guinness World Records, the largest swimming pool in the world is San Alfonso del Mar Seawater pool in Algarrobo, Chile. It is 1,013 m (3,323 ft) long and has an area of 8 ha (20 acres). At its deepest, it is 35 m (115 ft) deep. It was completed in December 2006.

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