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The First Stage of the LetoLeto Water Park has been Opened in Tyumen
14.06.2018 11:51
The First Stage of the LetoLeto Water Park has been Opened in Tyumen
(Source: https://stavtoday.ru/news/19482/?i=left)

The first stage of the “LetoLeto” water park has been opened in Tyumen: the water park has become the largest in Russia, as Vladimir Shevchik, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Sibintel-Holding” said. The volume of the company’s investments in the project amounted to 3.5 billion roubles.

      As of today, the water park has been opened on the area of 32 thousand square meters, including 11 thousand square meters of the water area, 100 amusement rides are operating in the water park. The complex is the largest in Russia. A 4-star hotel with a total area of 12 thousand square meters and 189 rooms has also been commissioned recently.

      

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Sources: http://tourism.interfax.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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