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Lost Worlds Will be Found in Krasnodar
31.10.2011 13:24
Lost Worlds Will be Found in Krasnodar
Russian Disneyland - "Happylon" (Moscow amusement park)

A new project was discussed at the International conference, dedicated to the development of tourism in the Black Sea region. It includes the creation of seven amusement theme parks and infrastructure on the territory of 800 hectares. 

      “Lost worlds”, an entertainment complex of a new type, will appear in Krasnodar. It is going to present tourists different periods of world history.

      The rest six parks will cover the certain theme:

      “Atlantis” - ancient Roman and Greek civilizations.

      “El Dorado” - Aztecs, Incas and Mayans.

      “Gavaiki” - the South Seas.

      “Camelot” - the Middle Ages

      “Great country of Zimbabwe” and “Shangri-La” - African and Oriental subjects.

      “Asgard” - the country of Viking.

      The project will cost 126 billion rubles and the construction of the "Lost Worlds" will take at least 10 years.  

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Krasnodar Russian amusement parks   

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