04 Oct 2005

“badehaus norderney” – Opening of the Largest Thalassic Centre in Germany


In mid-August a building that was refurbished for eight million euros was opened to the public by the Premier of Lower Saxony, Christian Wulff. Alterations in the building included the oldest European saltwater pool, which was built in a Bauhaus style in 1931, and the open-air bath “Welle” [literally: wave], which opened in 1969. The “badehaus norderney” is the largest public thalassic centre in Germany with its ca. 8,000 square metre large wellness-area. The facility is divided into two zones: the fun-zone holds a seawater wave pool, waterslide, children's pool, grotto and spacious whirlpool. And in the SPA-zone, ample room for rest and relaxation awaits guests. (eap)


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