Tanks for reply.
In my apartment i have a corner to place the tank, the free wall space in this corner is 130cm x 90cm. But i think maybe a tank that uses all of this wall space will look very large in my living room. I must give it a real thougt to get the right tank size that also look good in my living rom, the tank must not just look BIG
By the way, the wall that measures 130cm have a window, so the tank will have possibility to Get sunlight if preferd.
Hi Jnad. Yes, I think if starting over I would go with a slightly higher tank (40cm) to give more options for scaping. And maybe change the dimensions to be slightly rectangular instead of completely square, although that would depend on the space it was going into.
Mainly I'd get a bigger apartment so I could have it in the middle of a room viewable from all sides!