Huge dinosaurs are coming to V. Tarnovo

Huge dinosaurs are coming to V. Tarnovo
Huge dinosaurs are coming to V. Tarnovo

Huge three-dimensional dinosaurs will become the big attraction for children and adults in V. Tarnovo in the period from November 11 to December 3. The dozens of three-dimensional exhibits, which will be located on the circus site in the city, will be available for viewing from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The tallest of them is 12 meters, and the sizes of all dinosaurs are consistent with the real size of the prehistoric animals. They move, breathe and make sounds, which makes them look like the real thing,” says DinoPark.
For all visitors to the park, there are additional entertainments – a slide, attractions, an exhibition, which make it a great place to relax for the whole family. Children up to 3 years old are admitted for free, and tickets for those from 3 to 12 years old are priced at BGN 12. Passes for visitors over 12 years old are BGN 15, and family passes: for two adults with one child – BGN 35, and for two adults with two children – BGN 45, according to DinoPark.
“Dino Park” is Ukrainian and has been around for 4 years, and the figures themselves are imported from China. He began his activities in Melitopol, Kharkiv and Kryvyi Rih, and then visited Poltava, Kirilovka and other Ukrainian cities. It comes to Bulgaria for the first time in May 2022 – first in Sunny Beach, then in St. Zagora, Plovdiv and Ruse. In January of this year, “DinoPark” visited V. Tarnovo for the first time.
The smaller dinosaur figures are brought over from China whole, while the four large ones are disassembled into three parts – with the head and paws removed for easy transport.
Each dinosaur has a label in Bulgarian and English with information about its size, when it lived and which areas it inhabited.

Nikolay VENKOV
dream archive


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