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June 2021

History of taking bath

2021-05-29T11:28:23+01:00

Over the millennia, humanity bathed in natural waters, simply because there was no other. The lower population density living in the landscapes of yore and the absence of contamination allowed this, in some parts of the world until today. Thus, one took a bath without concern. The first “pools” were invented 3,000 years before [...]

History of taking bath2021-05-29T11:28:23+01:00

Quench thirst

2021-05-29T11:29:52+01:00

A biological pool is a major attraction for people. But not only that, it is also extremely attractive to wildlife. In Mediterranean landscapes water is scarce. Especially in summer. The biological pool serves as a drinking place for birds and small mammals. It becomes essential for those living beings that live in the neighborhood [...]

Quench thirst2021-05-29T11:29:52+01:00

International study

2021-05-29T11:30:27+01:00

The Iberian Group of Natural Bathing Waters (GIABN), a bi-national association of professionals for design and construction of biological pools on the Iberian Peninsula, started a collaboration with other sister organizations in Austria and Italy. Together they launched a research project that aims to try to vanish how and why guests spend their holidays [...]

International study2021-05-29T11:30:27+01:00

May 2021

Monte São Luis

2021-05-01T11:43:43+01:00

Another new vacation spot with a biological pool. Monte São Luís is located near Vila Boim in the municipality of Elvas. And as it is in the heart of the Alentejo, it was decided to open the panoramic view to the Alentejo landscape with an infinity edge of almost 120 degrees. It is an [...]

Monte São Luis2021-05-01T11:43:43+01:00

Tortoise

2021-05-01T11:30:55+01:00

With spring a new inhabitant arrived at our biological pool. For some time now we have been wondering about cut leaves of aquatic plants floating in the pool, a phenomenon that usually does not happen. And, approaching the pool, someone was making sudden jumps, fleeing from the bank into the depths of the water. [...]

Tortoise2021-05-01T11:30:55+01:00

Forget me not

2021-05-01T12:13:55+01:00

From the genus Mysotis,  common name Forget-me-not,  plants are known that live in very dry places like meadows and natural lawns. But the best known of the species grow in humid places. Also on the banks of biological pools they develop well and show their typical blue flowers in spring time. These, of a [...]

Forget me not2021-05-01T12:13:55+01:00

April 2021

Lissotriton, a cryptic species

2021-03-30T16:54:13+01:00

A lizard at the bottom of the biological pool? Can't be! Yeah, it's not a lizard. Despite the size, the long shape of the body, the four legs and a similar long stem, it is an amphibian. It is a newt, called southern orange-bellied newt. The scientific world has only known the species since [...]

Lissotriton, a cryptic species2021-03-30T16:54:13+01:00

Spring time!

2021-03-30T16:55:42+01:00

The cold days are gone. Happily! With some afternoons with milder temperatures, nature really accelerates. We can almost see how the plants grow and each day again we can count more leaves of water lilies. The vegetation reacts directly to the presence of light and rising temperatures and dresses in more vivid colors. Suddenly, [...]

Spring time!2021-03-30T16:55:42+01:00

New robot

2021-03-30T16:53:29+01:00

The new robot is for use in biological pools of all shapes and sizes. It can work on a flat bottom or with a gentle slope and clean areas of the bathing area up to a size of 12 m x 6 m. With the quick cycle , pre-programmed, it cleans the bottom in 1 h [...]

New robot2021-03-30T16:53:29+01:00

March 2021

Opposite-leaved Pondweed

2021-02-25T15:55:50+00:00

Aquatic plants, at least underwater ones that live submerged, always under water, are a subject for few specialists. Anyone who is not one of these specialists is seeing nothing more than something green under water. Underwater plants seem all to be the same, something chaotic, at best this underwater jungle is understood as oxygenation plants. [...]

Opposite-leaved Pondweed2021-02-25T15:55:50+00:00
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