The first theme (from FR. attraction – attractive) appeared in Europe, where during fairs and carnivals enterprising showman entertained the people. The first buildings were simple – swing Yes ice slides.
The first theme (from FR. attraction – attractive) appeared in Europe, where during fairs and carnivals enterprising showman entertained the people. The first buildings were simple – swing Yes ice slides. In 1583, in Denmark there was built a Park “Bakken”, which was the beginning of the history of stationary amusement parks. Russian scientist‑engineer in the XVIII century, invented a mechanical sliding mount, but industrial production has been established only in the next century. The first motorized roller coaster with rails and the thundering trucks appeared first in new York and then in Japan.
Opening in 1955, “Disneyland”, built on the money of Walt Disney – an event, a landmark for the entertainment industry. The founder had planned to make 180 acres of people have experienced an exciting journey through the magical land of famous cartoons. After the first successful project parks were opened across America.
In Europe Disneyland was opened only in 1992.
Izvestnyaki in Europe are Disneyland Paris and theme – “Asterix”, the Spanish “Port Aventura”, the German “Europa-Park” and the Italian “Gardaland” and “Mirabilandia”. Continue reading
Feature: one day offers to visit almost all European countries, even Russia. Look at our country through the eyes of the Europeans!
Amusement Park Europa Park (Europa Park) – the largest Park of Germany competing for second place with Spanish Park Costa CARIBE aquatic Park (first place unconditionally belongs to the French Disneyland ). It covers an area of 85 hectares and offers visitors more than 120 attractions.
By the way, a curious history of the Park. The Park was originally opened by the family of the Mac, the manufacturer of the rides since 1921 (the firm began operations in the late XVIII century!). The main purpose of the Park was to demonstrate the samples of production, i.e. directly rides. And so over time, this “demonstration” has grown into one of the largest parks in Europe.
The Park consists of 14 themed zones, United by one idea: to give the opportunity to circumvent the whole of Europe in one day. Europe is represented in almost all countries; there is Austria, England, Germany, Holland, Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Scandinavia, Switzerland, France and even Russia (evropeiskaja) and fictional Adventures and the World of Children . In 2009 opened another “country” – Iceland .
Each country is decorated in traditional style, here you can see the most interesting and recognizable landmarks and monuments, folklore shows are held. Continue reading