The swimming pool in the German mine is a UNESCO heritage site

This is the story of Zeche Zollverein, who is not a Nordic swimming champion, but a mine in Essen (Germany). In 2001 it found itself to become a UNESCO heritage site also thanks to a real swimming pool inserted inside, by two young German artists, probably lovers of opposites. It is amazing how a blue rectangle makes an old coal extraction plant suggestive and harmonious.

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