Rovinj Aquarium
(Rovinj, Croatia) The Aquarium was opened as Acquario Berlinese
1st March 1891
Zoo de Giza
(Giza, Egypt) The zoo was built by Khedive Ismail and opened on 1 March 1891. It was built on about 50 feddan (21 hectares (52 acres)) that was once part of the harem gardens. Ismail imported many plants from India, Africa, and South America, of which a banyan tree planted about 1871 can still be seen. The original 180 birds and 78 other animals in the zoo's collection were taken from Ismail's private menagerie.
Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden
(Mysore Zoo, India) The Palace Zoo was created from the private menagerie of Chamaraja Wadiyar X, the twenty-third Maharaja of Mysore. in 1892, on 10 acres (4.0 ha) of the Summer Palace. Over the next 10 years, the zoo was expanded to 45 acres (18 ha) with spacious enclosures that are still in use.
Kharkiv Zoo
(Kharkiv, Ukraine) The Zoos history begins 1892, when an attempt to organize an "aquarium" was launched in the city on the initiative of Professor Oleksandr Brandt . In 1894  , the board of the South Russian Acclimatization Society appealed to the rector of the Kharkiv Imperial University, M. Oleksienko, with a request to lease part of the territory of the University Garden for the organization of the exhibition. In 1895  , the society opened a beekeeping and sericulture station on a plot (about 2.5 ha) of the experimental field of the University Garden. It was housed in a wooden house built according to the project of the architect brothers S. I. and I. I. Zagoskiny(now it is the building of the zoo directorate).
20th May 1898
Aquario Vasco da Gama
(Lisbon, Portugal) The Vasco da Gama Aquarium project was conceived in the context of the celebrations of the "IV centenary of the departure of Vasco da Gama, for the discovery of the Maritime Route to India", with the support of Carlos I of Portugal, pioneer of Oceanography in the country . The land on which it was built was provided by the Ministry of Public Works and Works. It was under the responsibility of the Executive Commission for the Fourth Centenary of the Discovery of the Maritime Route to India and was supervised by scientist Albert Girard . It was inaugurated in the presence of the sovereign. On display were, in addition to the species that he would normally exhibit, the zoological collections gathered during the oceanographic campaigns that the monarch had undertaken aboard the royal yacht "D. Amélia".
10th October 1899
National Zoological Gardens of South Africa
(Pretoria, South Africa) Opened in 1899 it became the official National Zoological Gardens in 1916.
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