Hyderabad's Fisheries Development Board is housed inside a giant fish
Features Wednesday, October 01, 2014 - 05:30
The News Minute | October 1, 2014 | 02:20 pm IST For those suffering from a poor sense of direction, locating addresses could prove to be a real challenge, especially in India where solely depending on the postal address may not be fruitful. Roads could turn into mazes and the-third-building-after-the-second-left-from-the-Hanuman-temple could easily boggle your mind. Well, if you were in Hyderabad looking for the office for the National Fisheries Development Board, it is going to be one cake walk for sure. Sounds fishy? Unveiled in 2012, this four storey building, also known as Matsya Bhavan, is spread over five acres and has been created in the shape of a fish, only this being a giant version. This is how the building looks, and is certainly very difficult to miss. The image was recently uploaded on Imgur. The designer of the building seems to have taken the project quite literally!
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