30 August 2018

The Most Unusual and Large Water Park in Europe: Once There Were Airplanes


The Most Unusual and Large Water Park in Europe: Once There Were Airplanes

Unremarkable hangar conceals in itself a lot of unexpected - gray outside, inside it is full of colors and full of fun. Under the huge dome, there is an Aquapark comparable to the area of eight stadiums, with lagoons, sandy beaches and a real forest, all in the tropics. The complex named "Tropical Islands" occupies the largest detached building in the world, its area is equal to 66 000 square meters, and the height is so great that the famous Statue of Liberty could stand in its walls. The amazing Water Park is located in the city of Krausnick, Germany. The Aquapark Water Park offers all the joys of the resort in the tropics, all in Europe. The forest under the roof has 50,000 plants, representatives of 600 species, and it also has walkways. Take a look at the pictures of The Most Unusual and Large Water Park Aquapark in Europe.

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The Most Unusual and Large Water Park Aquapark in Europe Pics (1)

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