New aqua park to open in Tbilisi
18 July, 2013
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A new aqua park by Gino Paradise will open in early August near the Sea of Tbilisi. Representatives of the resort staff said a Georgian businessman working in Europe had made a 22 million investment in the project.
The new entertainment center will have the space of 22 hectares and include Summer and Winter aqua parks, 25-meter long pools of Olympic standards, a number of cafes as well as spa centers and other attractions.

By Lika Moshiashvili

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