- Friday, April 21, 2017 3:47 PM
Skopje, 21 April 2017 (MIA) - After 44 years, the Macedonian capital will get a new amusement park, which will replace the existing and obsolete Luna Park in the Skopje City Park.
Covering an area of 25,000 square meters, the amusement park will boast 27 rides, including 3 adrenaline rides, six family rides and 18 children rides. It will also feature carousels, roller coasters, swings, etc.
"The new amusement park, set to be built in several stages, is estimated to be worth EUR 6,5 million to cover expenses for construction works, procurement and installation of rides," Skopje Mayor Koce Trajanovski told reporters Friday after surveying works for the construction of the new amusement park in Skopje.
The new park will also feature restaurants, a theater, administrative facilities, enter and exit paths, etc.
Mayor Trajanovski said the amusement park would be financed by the City of Skopje after several failed attempts to find business partners for a public-private partnership. ba/15:45
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