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The Largest Skating-rink in Europe to open in Moscow
13.10.2011 11:00
The Largest Skating-rink in Europe to open in Moscow

This winter, one of the largest skating-rinks in Europe will open in Moscow. Earlier such large skating-rink was in the Red Square, but now that status comes to an amusement park - the Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure.

      The official opening ceremony is scheduled on 1 December 2011.

      For the winter time, the park's officials will prepare a lot of seasonal entertainments for children and adults - a skating-rink with an area of 15000 meters square, the special court for the children's rest, hockey and dance grounds, springboards for snowboarders and a glacial labyrinth. There also will be a big ice-run in an adjoining Neskuchny Garden. 

      The skating-rink will start from the central lane and occupy a lot of the park's territory. It will be divided into the different areas according to people's preferences. A pedestrian bridge will be built over the skating zone. 

        The admission to the park is free, though the skating-rink will be paid, the exact price is still unknown. The largest skating-rink in Europe will be opened till the end of March, as it will be made by up-to-date technologies with the surface of material resistant to temperature drops. 


Sources: Rossiyskaya Gazeta Image:

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Author: Julia Alieva

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