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Entertainment in Singapore

After all of the above our possibilities to spend an unforgettable time in Singapore with the whole family, for dessert we bring to your attention some more entertainment. Here we will talk about the rides that will appeal to both children and their parents. Even if they have already visited the amusement Park Universal Studios Singapore on Sentosa island . in the entertainment complex of Resorts World Sentosa . offering many options to have fun and even at some point it seemed that experience already more than enough…

Rides G-Max Reverse Bungy and GX-5 Extreme Swing Singapore

Fans will get an unforgettable experience on the mega-catch a ride G-Max Reverse Bungy or GX-5 Extreme Swing . Is a capsule that with passengers on Board shot into the air with a speed of 200 kmchas. One capsule is designed for 3 persons, the second to 5. They differ in the trajectory and, accordingly, the total impressions. Entertainment really extreme and not recommended for the faint of heart, slabosolenym and after a meal the feeling of flight is almost impossible to describe. Probably the astronauts at the start of the spacecraft are experiencing the same thing…

Visiting the attraction is prohibited for children below 1.2 meters and under 12 years and vzroslym the influence of alcohol. Caps, sunglasses, flip-flops and the contents of his pockets (everything that can fly) you need to write down (this is a secure container). Continue reading

Why the “roller coaster” is actually called “roller coaster”?

The old rides. now known as the “roller coaster”, has been considered from so-called “roller coaster”, which were artificially created, high icy hills, often occurring in the vicinity of St. Petersburg. Very popular in the 17th century ice slides built with a height of approximately between 20 and 24 meters, had the inclination, approximately fifty degrees and was reinforced by wooden supports. “Roller coaster” still replace the name “roller coaster” in many languages of the world.

Some historians claim that the first roller coaster was built by order of the Queen of Russia, Catherine the great in Saint Petersburg in 1784. Other historians believe the first roller coaster was built by the French, and from there was borrowed the idea of their creation. “Les Montagnes Russes a Belleville” (roller Coaster, Belleville) constructed in Paris in 1812, offered additional protective structures, including guides, who not only worked in the direction of safety, but also contributed to the development of a greater speed of descent.

The railway and gravity

In 1827, a mining company in Sammichele, Pennsylvania, built the railroads called “Mauch Chunk”, which worked solely on the force of gravity. Continue reading

Park Tatilya

Due to the rich history and the fact that Istanbul has been the capital of three empires with different religions, the city has extraordinary beauty of the cosmopolitan. Each of the empires gave the city its unique architectural masterpieces.

At a time when Istanbul became the new capital of the Roman Empire here was erected the magnificent palaces and temples, built magnificent square, from Rome this brought sculptures and columns. Then it started building and the famous Istanbul’s Hippodrome.

Byzantium gave Istanbul a lot of Orthodox churches, many of whom are now chief among them — the Church of Hagia Sophia . With the capture of Constantinople by the Ottomans it was converted into a mosque, now a Museum. The temple is striking in large spaces, bright mosaics, rich carpets and silk draperies.

During the Ottoman Empire in front of the Hagia Sophia was built the magnificent mosque of Sultanahmet . which later came to be called Blue because of its interior of blue and white patterns. This is the biggest and one of the most beautiful mosques of Istanbul is recognised as one of the greatest masterpieces of world and Islamic architecture. Continue reading

PortAventura Park in Spain
Port Aventura is famous not only at home but throughout the world. Every year it is visited by about 800 thousand people. Here you will find the taste entertainment representatives…

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The giant Swing in Bangkok (Thailand)
The giant Swing (Thai Sao Ching Cha) is a construct of religious purpose in the district of Phra Nakhon in Bangkok. Swings are located at the front of another temple,…

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Student day and snow Festival in Yekaterinburg
Student day and snow Festival in Yekaterinburg: a unique amusement parks for children and adults in January will present a new program In the SEC "Greenwich" citizens will see entertainment…

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