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Aquarium Of Rhodes

Aquarium of Rhodes

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The Aquarium of Rhodes is a research centre, aquarium and museum in Rhodes, Greece It was built in the 1930s, when the island was under the Italian rule and is currently administered by the National Centre of Marine Research

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Layout
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

History

The building, an Art deco design by the Italian architect Armando Bernabiti, was constructed between 1934 and 1935 When it first started operations in 1937, it was named the Reale Istituto di Ricerce Biologiche di Rodi Royal Biological Research Institute of Rhodes Research here included the hydrology, sponges, and fisheries of the Aegean

When the island was handed back to Greece in 1945, the facility was operated as part of the "Hellenic Hydrobiological Institute" Since 1963 it has been known as the "Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes", and is administered by the National Centre of Marine Research An exhibition area was added to the north side of the building in 1971–72

Layout

The aquarium is in the basement of the building, and is a corridor designed to look like an underwater cave The tanks along each side of the corridor are filled with approximately 80,000 litres 21,000 US gal of filtered seawater, providing a natural environment for the residents The displays include sea anemones and plants, octopuses, sea urchins, corals, bivalves, crabs, lobsters, sea turtles, dolphins, seals, mollusks, sharks, and many other fish There is a separate holding facility for incoming specimens and organisms that need special handling, where the facility also cares for sea turtles and seals that have been injured nearby

References

  1. ^ abc "Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes" rhodes-aquariumhcmrgr Hellenic Centre for Marine Research Retrieved November 29, 2015 
  2. ^ "The Aquarium of Rhodes" faliraki-infocom Faliraki Directory Retrieved 29 November 2015 
  3. ^ "Aquarium" greekacom Greekacom Retrieved 29 November 2015 
  4. ^ "Marine Aquarium" rhodesguidecom Rhodes Guide Retrieved 29 November 2015 
  5. ^ "Rhodes Aquarium" travel-rhodescom Travel—rhodescom Retrieved 29 November 2015 

External links

  • Media related to Museum of the Rhodes Aquarium at Wikimedia Commons
  • Media related to Rhodes Aquarium at Wikimedia Commons
  • Official website
Landmarks of Rhodes
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  • Kahal Shalom Synagogue
  • La Juderia
  • Suleiman Mosque
  • New Market Mandraki
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    • Attica Zoological Park
    • Zoological Park of St Paul
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    Аквариум Родоса

    Аквариум Родоса — путешествие в подводный мир

    В районе Неохори.

    АКВАРИУМ РОДОСА

    в самой северной точке города Родос. на песчаном мысу, вдающемся в море, находится Первая Гидробиологическая станция Родос а, известная всем как Аквариум.

    Аквариум Родоса — это не только научно-исследовательская станция, где ученые проводят различные исследования, но еще и интереснейший музей, который предлагает путешествие в захватывающий и необычный подводный мир, с редкими видами рыб и других представителей морской фауны.

    Большое впечатление производит подземная часть аквариума, где в 25 специальных резервуарах с морской водой, встроенных в стену, представлено всё богатство подводного мира не только греческих, но и тропических морей.

    Среди самых интересных экземпляров — иглокожие, рыбы (включая хвостоголовых скатов, семейство султанковые, губановые, сигановые, рыбы-попугаи, кефалеобразные, морские петухи, спинорогие и единороговые), коралловые полипы, брюхоногие и головоногие моллюски, семейство крабов и морские черепахи.

    Не меньший интерес представляет собой и экспозиция, расположенная на 1-ом этаже Аквариума, которая включает в себя чучела морских млекопитающих и крупных рыб, а также раковины, кораллы и океанографические инструменты и приборы.

    Аквариум Родоса — один из немногих, имеющихся на территории Греции; является подразделением греческого Национального центра морских исследований.

    Строительство здания, представляющего собой сочетание местного зодчества и архитектуры стиля арт-деко (синтез модерна и неоклассицизма). было начато губернатором Родоса Марио Лаго в 1934 году. в период оккупации Додеканеса итальянцами (1912-1943 гг.), и закончено в 1935 году.

    В то время Гидробиологическая станция Родоса называлась «Королевским институт биологических исследований» («Reale Istituto di Ricerche Biologiche di Rodi»).

    Институт начал действовать в 1937 году в качестве научно-исследовательского центра, занимаясь биологическими и гидрологическими исследованиями, связанными с Эгейским морем, а также вопросами ловли губок, разведения рыб и рыбного хозяйства, сельскохозяйственной энтомологией и пр. Кроме того, в аквариуме, несмотря на его небольшой размер, были собраны и представлены образцы средиземноморской флоры и фауны.

    С присоединением Додеканес к Греции, учреждение перешло к греческому государству — под наблюдение Афинской Академии, в качестве Гидробиологического института Греции.

    С 1963 года Институт начал действовать под нынешним названием — Гидробиологическая станция Родоса (Аквариум-Музей), в качестве исследовательского подразделения Средиземного моря, с проведением научно-исследовательских программ, охватывающих все аспекты океанографии в районе Додеканеса.

    Внешний вид здания оставался неизменным до 1971 года, когда к его северной части были достроены выставочный зал и бассейн для тюленей.

    Министерство культуры Греции признало здание Аквариума историческим памятником и образцом международного архитектурного стиля, включив его в список памятников культурного наследия.

    Часы работы:
    с 1/04 по 31/10 — с 9.00 до 20.30;
    с 1/11 по 31/03 — с 9.00 до 16.30.

    Выходные дни: на Пасху, Рождество и Новый год.

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    Aquarium of Rhodes

    The aquarium of Rhodes was built during the period of 1934-36 while the kingdom of Italy was occupying the island.

    Аквариум Родос

    Later on in 1945 following the reunion of the island with the rest of Greece, the aquarium was renamed as the "Hellenic Hydrobiological Institute" and was supervised by the Academy of Athens. Nowadays, the building is used as a museum and as a research center aiming at the preservation and display of embalmed and living creatures of the Mediterranean Sea.

    With a variety of exhibits available this is a place worth visiting as you will be able to observe closely a selection of anthozoa, molluscs (gasteropods and cephalopods), various crab species and some categories of fishes belonging to the following families: Dasyatidae, Mullidae, Sparidea, Centrachantidae, Labridae, Scaridae, Siganidae, Mugilidae, Scopaenidae, Triglidae, Balistidae, Monacanthidae as well as sea turtles. Other exhibits include sharks, sea turtles, toothed whales and Mediterranean monk seals.

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    The aquarium of Rhodes was built during the period of 1934-36 while the kingdom of Italy was occupying the island. Later on in 1945 following the reunion of the island with the rest of Greece, the aquarium was renamed as the "Hellenic Hydrobiological Institute" and was supervised by the Academy of Athens. Nowadays, the building is used as a museum and as a research center aiming at the preservation and display of embalmed and living creatures of the Mediterranean Sea.

    With a variety of exhibits available this is a place worth visiting as you will be able to observe closely a selection of anthozoa, molluscs (gasteropods and cephalopods), various crab species and some categories of fishes belonging to the following families: Dasyatidae, Mullidae, Sparidea, Centrachantidae, Labridae, Scaridae, Siganidae, Mugilidae, Scopaenidae, Triglidae, Balistidae, Monacanthidae as well as sea turtles. Other exhibits include sharks, sea turtles, toothed whales and Mediterranean monk seals.

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    RHODES AQUARIUM
    The building of the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodos was built during the period 1934-36. In 1937, under Italian rule, it operated as the Reale Istituto di Ricerce Biologiche di Rodi, until 1945, when, after the union of the Dodecanese with Greece, it was renamed "Hellenic Hydrobiological Institute" and operated under the supervision of the Academy of Athens. Today, the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes operates as a Museum and Aquarium as well as a research centre,and belongs to the National Centre of Marine Research.

    Аквариум на Родосе

    The aim of the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodesis the preservation and display of embalmed and living creatures of the Mediterranean sea. In the aquarium the visitors (200.000 per year) can admire specimens of anthozoa, molluscs (gasteropods and cephalopods), species of the crab family, echinoderms, and fish of the following families: Dasyatidae, Mullidae, Sparidea, Centrachantidae, Labridae, Scaridae, Siganidae, Mugilidae, Scopaenidae, Triglidae, Balistidae,Monacanthidae, as well as sea turtles. In the Museum are also displayed exhibits such as various kinds of sharks and other fish, sea turtles, toothed whales, (Odontoceti) and Mediterranean monk seals. Thanks to the research facilities of the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes and the National Centre of Marine Research, the Station runs research programmes, covering every aspect of oceanogrphy in the area of the Dodecanese. It thus functions as a model research unit in the Mediterranean.

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