BAĞÇASARAY/BAKHCHISARAY (QHA) - The management of the Crimea in Miniature Museum in Bağçasaray has concluded an agreement with the town authorities about the discounts for tourists, according to press-service of the park.
The dwellers of the Bağçasaray town and the rayon, groups of bikers and cyclists are provided 50% discount for entrance the museum. There is free entrance for participants of the World War II, disabled war veterans, handicapped children, disabled persons of group I as well as newlyweds in their wedding day.
It would be recalled that the Crimea in miniature Park was open in Bağçasaray by Victor Zhilenko on 28 June. Earlier he opened in Aluşta in June 2012 and in Kezlev/Yevpatoriya in June 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: the Statue of Liberty and the Mother Motherland Monument in Bağçasaray and Kezlev .