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Underwater restaurant in Norway

alf-sunk into the icy cold waters of Lindesnes, Under invites you dine beneath the water's surface – five metres below, in fact. Designed with panoramic views of the seabed, the underwater restaurant under offers a visual gateway to a region seldom seen by man – and not usually while dressed up and dining comfortably! Guests are given a unique connection to the marine eco-system of the North Atlantic Ocean which enhances their dining out experience. Under was designed with sensitivity towards the environment, both the habitat it would be occupying and its usual inhabitants, now the eatery's aquatic neighbours! In time, it is hoped that the rough concrete shell

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