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A freediver discovers the “lost city” in the deepest pool in the world located in Dubai

Deep Dive Dubai, located in the Nad Al Sheba neighborhood of Dubai, holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s deepest pool, with a depth of 60 meters, snatching the previous record from Poland’s Deepspot, which has a depth of more than 45 meters.

The Deep Dive pool in Dubai houses no more and no less than 14 million liters of water, the equivalent of six Olympic-size swimming pools. The water temperature is kept at 30 degrees Celsius, a comfortable temperature that allows you to wear a thin wetsuit or simply a swimsuit.

Its inauguration took place on July 28 and Abdullah Alsenaani, 37, who became the first freediver to explore this record-breaking attraction, attended as a guest.

During his immersion, Abdullah discovered the recesses of the “lost city” that contains from a pool table, a table football, or a library, to a building with apartments or a Mercedes-Benz.

“I enjoy pushing my body to the limit, challenging myself to get out of my comfort zone and experience new adrenaline-fueled adventures as much as possible,” he said. “Diving in the Deep Dive Dubai pool was an incredible experience. I was excited to dive into this unexpected interactive mini-city that no other pool in the world has offered me,” the apena diver told abcNews.

Abdullah managed to reach a depth of 20 meters without the aid of an oxygen supply.

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