In order to benefit from restaurant services (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and bar services, you must present the Green Certificate attesting the vaccination or passing through the disease according to the legal provisions in force. Verification of this certificate will be performed by our colleagues through the application "CheckDCC", before taking your order. Documents other than the Green Certificate with QR code are not valid (tests, certificates, etc.) except for citizens from countries whose authorities do not issue EU digital certificates on COVID-19 (the existence of paper or electronic documents will be verified attesting to vaccination or cure of SarsCov2 virus infection).
The Dolphinarium in Constanţa began its activity on June 1, 1972, being the first museum form of this kind in the country and the first in Southeast Europe at that time. Dolphin demonstrations are held in the amphitheater with pool and indoor pool.
Three subspecies of dolphins live in the Black Sea, namely: the porpoise, the common dolphin and the dolphin. The first were the porpoises (Phocoena phocoena relicta) and the common dolphins (Delphinus delphis ponticus), and almost 20 years ago the aphids or large dolphins were also brought, as the species Tursiops truncatus ponticus, of which Mark was also part, was called the veteran and also star of the Dolphinarium until 2009.
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