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Webworm GenTech

Monday, December 31, 2007


San Alfonso del Mar resort located north of the Algarrobo, Chile is notable because of its 1,000-meter long, 19-acre outdoor pool, which holds a Guinness world record. The resort's large pool utilizes a technology developed by the Crystal Lagoons, which uses water pumped from the Pacific Ocean, that is then filtered and treated for supply to the pool.



Guinness world record


Walking along the "beach"...



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