Crimea’s biggest “Crimea in miniature” park, located in Bakhchisaray may be closed. Executive committee of Bakhchisaray city administration made a decision of not supporting its location in the city.
"Following the decision of the executive committee, “Crimea in miniature" park which has been in Bakhchisaray for more than a year and has become an additional brand of the city will cease its work” -reads the statement on city administration official web site.
“Crimea in miniature” park opened in Bakhchisaray in 2013. Copies of well-known Crimean sights in 1:25 scale are represented in the park's territory. Moreover, there are copies of world-famous architectural sights.
More than 120 photographers, engineers, designers and architects, artists, and 3D-designers have been working on this project for two years. Same parks were opened in Crimean cities of Alushta and Evpatoria.
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