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Aquarium Fence At A Home In Turkey Draws Over A Thousand Visitors Daily (VIDEO)

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We're into unusual home features, but this one takes the cake. In 2005, this Turkish homeowner took down his standard metal gate and erected a 164-foot long aquarium fence at the edge of his property, which borders the Aegean Sea. The glass tank is home to thousands of fish including eels and octopus.

While the purpose of a fence is usually to keep people off your lawn, this mesmerizing attraction draws over 1,000 visitors a day. And we can see why.

Watch the video to see for yourself, and click through our slideshow to see other cool aquariums that will relax you.

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