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The First Aquapark in Pskov to Appear in 2013
12.08.2011 10:16
The First Aquapark in Pskov to Appear in 2013

The "Uno-Trade-Invest" company has begun the building of a big retail park with the first aquapark in Pskov. It is planned to finish the building in 2013. 

      

      The agreement for the project was signed between the company and Pskov region's administration in January. The multifunctional complex with hotels, the aquapark and trade zones will be built on the riverside of Velikaya river, near the Alexander Nevsky bridge. The new business project will give work for 500 people.


      

"The complex will be built in consideration of the citizens' needs and wishes. Thanks to their participation in the public opinion poll, we plan to devote our attention to the rest with children and the riverside's beautification. The citizens will also give name to the aquapark by public voting", Yan Luzin, the project's coordinator, said.


      

The main part of the riverside will be beautified for citizens' rest. It is planned to plant trees and shrubs in the territory and set some small architectural forms and benches.

      

      Luzin pointed out at fact that the complex's building will be phased. The aguapark will be put into operation in the first place.

        It is planeed to make the aquapark an alternative to Baltic and St. Petersburg aquaparks and to attract tourists' attention to Pskov and its places of interest. 


      

Sources: RIA Novosti Travel


      

See also: Regions & Cities News


Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian regions Russian cities Pskov region   

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