sabato 28 maggio 2011

Aquarium and Hydrobiological Station

The Civic Aquarium of Milan is home to about 38 ponds populated by 150 different species of aquatic animals, mainly representative of the fauna of Mediterranean andItalian fresh waters.

Open hours : 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5.30pm
Free entry.
Closed Monday




Acquario Civico e Stazione Idrobiologica.
Adress: viale Gerolamo Gadio 2
MM Nearest Station: MM2 Lanza


Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa



22 commenti:

  1. Damn id love to check some of these ponds out ;D

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  3. Going to Italy next year - might check it out.

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  4. Always wanted to visit Italy, looks really pretty :D

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  5. Looks like a great place to visit!

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  6. Ohhh, would like to go there!

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  7. it would be really cool to visit, wish i was closer

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  8. Hydrobiological station? That's one hell of a name! I'd be interested and seeing the goings on of a place like that.

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  9. I fear I may never see any part of beautiful Italy. They pay us shit here in America and hardly give vacation time or much time off at all.

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  10. Wow hopefully I'll visit that place someday, thank you so much!

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  11. Those streets look more like rivers cool stuff man.

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  12. The buildings in Milan are quite beautiful.

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  13. Wow, that sounds great. Might have to make a trip.

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  14. Interesting. I like the maps on the posts.

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  15. i love milan! took a three week trip there

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  16. wow very nice looking place :O nice find

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  17. That's a spectacular building, would love to visit.

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