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Europe's Largest Children Park Opened in Moscow
31.01.2016 16:35
Europe's Largest Children Park Opened in Moscow

Kidsania is an educational park, where children can get real professional skills as part of the game.

      Kidsania is a little model of the adult world in the modern city. At the beginning of travel around Kidsania a child receives a card with a certain amount of "kidso-money". The cash of "kidso-money" can be taken in real ATMs. Just like in the adult world one runs out of money fast so one needs to earn. So the child can "get a job". Further on the earned money can be spent in an entertainment park or put onto a bank account.

      The Moscow park Kidsania has more than 500 new workplaces, including those for the youth and students of the higher educational institutions.

      It is an international project, number 21 in the world. Kidsania takes the area of 10 thousand sq m in the Aviapark shopping centre in the Khodynsky Boulevard and is the largest one in Europe. It is expected to be visited by about 1 million guests in a year.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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