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Russia's Largest Aquapark Comes to St. Petersburg
23.09.2011 11:40
Russia's Largest Aquapark Comes to St. Petersburg
Waterville Aquapark, St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg plans to welcome the first visitors to its waterpark before the end of 2011.

      The Peterland Entertainment Centre is expected to be Russia's largest, occupying over 25 thousand square meters. Inside the visitors will find spacious swimming pools for scuba divers, water slides, and other facilities for active leisure. The dome of the entertainment centre is created with the use of the latest technology, letting the sun rays in, whereby people can sunbathe right inside the building.

      The waterpark is located on the Finnish Bay; to facilitate getting to and from the centre, the city authorities plan to reconstruct the necessary infrastructure lines. Currently there are 12 waterparks in Russia, two are located in St. Petersburg.

      SourceAiF.ru. Image courtesy: Aqua-parks.ru


      

 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russian regions St. Petersburg activity holidays  

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