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Oceanarium to come up in the National Park

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Oceanarium to come up in the National Park

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev got acquainted with the reconstruction of Alisher Navoi National Park of Uzbekistan.

Construction of a modern park of culture and recreation continues. The project is implemented in two stages in accordance with the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of September 4, 2017.

At the first stage, an aquarium, an amphitheater, a cinema, a playground, a fairy-tale-style castle, a musical fountain and a parking lot will be erected on an area of 9 hectares. The second stage involves the construction of a theme park, a children’s circuit, rides and aqua park, which will occupy a total of 12 hectares.

In addition, cafes, restaurants and shops will be opened, chestnut trees, pine trees, Japanese sophora, magnolias, oak, birch and other trees will be planted.

After the completion of modernization, the park will be able to serve up to 10 thousand people a day. Along with providing meaningful leisure for the population, this place of culture and entertainment will increase the tourist attractiveness of the capital.

The Head of the state gave instructions on establishing year-round activities of the park, creating broad conditions for family vacations. The importance of installing mockups of historical monuments of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and other cities was emphasized, which will help to increase the interest of young people and foreign guests in the history of the country.

A conversation took place with the khokims of districts of the city of Tashkent.

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