Russia: Pictures of the 'Island of Dreams' built in Moscow for billions of dollars

Construction of the Island of Dreams Amusement Park in Moscow is underway, which is said to be the largest indoor amusement park not only in Russia but worldwide.
The park is being built in the style of a Disneyland castle.

The park is built keeping in mind the Russian weather, and the park is built between large glass domes to protect visitors from the Russian winter.

The amusement park has seven large glass domes, the largest of which is 91,000 square feet wide and 115 feet high.

French news agency AFK Mayor Sergei Sobyanin oversees mega projects in Russia that have radically changed the face of Europe's largest city.

According to PK, the billion-dollar project was supported by Moscow's Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. The design of the park combines both the historical Kremlin and Western Gothic architecture of Russia.

Covering 3 million square meters, the park will open by the end of the year and hopefully visitors will be able to visit it all year long.

Although the park is built amid glass domes, according to Amir Matsov, chairman of the park's board of directors, he wants people to feel like they are walking in a real city, not in a mall.

That's why real-life roads and sidewalks have been built in the park and will include shops, restaurants, cinemas and concert halls.

Admission to the park will be free but you will have to pay to use sports and other interests.
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