Aq-Va-Kul in spring 2008.
|Full name:||Vattenpalatset Aq-Va-Kul|
|Opened:||March 17 1956|
|Home club(s):||Malmö KK
Aq-Va-Kul is a swimming complex in western Malmö city, Sweden owned by Malmö Municipality. It was built in 1956 as Simhallsbadet with a 25 m pool. In 1977 a 50 m pool was built and in 1988 a water park was added. There are also a Turkish bath and a relax division. The facility has 600,000 visitors yearly.
The swimming complex was closed non-permanently on March 14 2007, because of bad maintenance but has re-opened on October 1, 2008.
Aq-Va-Kul has been the arena for seven Swedish Short Course Swimming Championships (last time in 2003), four Swedish Junior's Swimming Championships (last time in 2002), four Swedish Youth Short Course Swimming Championships finals (last time in 2006), and several meets in the FINA Swimming World Cup series in the 1990s.
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