Floating City: Fish-like world class city will run in the sea, 7000 people will be able to live, the specialties will surprise you
Sailing City: In a conversation with Weather com, French architect Jacques Rougerie said that he has given the design of Manta Ray to the City of Marines. It has also been specially designed for those people who want to reveal the deep secrets of the ocean to the world.
Floating City Photos: The world’s population has crossed 8 billion. The habitable space on the ground is decreasing. In such a situation, brainstorming has started on future options. Man is now gearing up to live in floating cities. Thousands of people can live in it. This marine fish will be of the size of Manta Ray. Although right now it is just an idea. But if you see its picture, then it looks like a city of a fiction film. 7000 people can live in this city.
Since it will move on the waves of the ocean, research and research on science can also be done here. In a conversation with Weather.com, French architect Jacques Rougerie said that he has given the design of Manta Ray to the City of Marines. It has also been specially designed for those people who want to reveal the deep secrets of the ocean to the world. People from all over the world will come here. Apart from this, law and order will also be according to the standards set by the United Nations.
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This city will be under the sea. There will be a chance to know and understand the world of the sea in a better way.
This city will be 900 meters long and 500 meters wide. One part will have 90 meter long submarines, which will be used for research.
Apart from sports zone, lab, classes, there will also be a big lecture hall.
Marine energy will be used in this. It can be operational by the year 2050.
Rougri said that the idea of building such a city started 13 years ago.
Maldives is also running with a similar idea, in which a city with 5000 houses will be built. 20 thousand people can live in it. Here all the things will be connected through the bridge.
The end of the manta ray’s fins will have access to hydroponic greenhouse gases.