June 18, 2021

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Find out where this fish building is

Various pictures of ‘Hilsha Project’ located in Mawa have gone viral on the internet. To compete with this architecture, another picture has taken place on social media for the last couple of days. Which was called ‘Project Tilapia.’ Some people were calling this tilapia fish-shaped building by the names of a few other small fish. 

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As a result, there is naturally curiosity about the film. Many people want to know the origin of the film. Because many people were thinking of it as a new project and a new restaurant somewhere in Bangladesh. In fact, it is not a restaurant, nor a project. This is called fish building.

In fact, this fish-shaped building is actually located in India. It is the regional office of the National Fisheries Development Board (NFDA) of India. Its location in Hyderabad.

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The four-storey building was opened in 2012. The building was inspired by Frank Gehry’s sculpture of a fish in Barcelona, ​​Spain. When the building glows blue at night, it looks like a huge fish.    

However, no one has mentioned the location of the fish-shaped building shared on Facebook. You are just sharing with the name. Looking at the type of share, one might think that it is somewhere in Bangladesh. Many have even asked where it is in Bangladesh. Even though some people wanted to know in the comments, the sharer did not specify where it is.

The National Fisheries Development Board was formed in 2006 as an autonomous body under the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock of India. The company works all over India to increase fish production and conserve endangered fish. This fish building was constructed in Hyderabad, India as its regional office. 

According to a CNN report, the Fisheries Development Board was announced on September 11, 2007 in Hyderabad. Then in April 2012, the Board of Fisheries Development of India started its office in this fish-shaped building.