In late January, near the park of the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg will earn one of the biggest indoor water parks in Europe.
The new water park Piterland promises to be not only a place for entertainment, but also a new tourist attraction. Wooden 45-meter dome of the water park is one of the largest such facilities in the world. The owners want to register it in the Guinness Book of Records.
The construction of the beams covering non-flammable heavy-duty foil, can withstand frost, wind, heat, and, according to foreign experiments, even a car that will pass through the material stretched in the air. Such a membrane covers the Munich stadium. Near it looks like a frosty pattern on glass in the form of a maple leaf. During construction, water parks, including two years of inactivity due to the crisis, the dome had to withstand a strong and cold, and abnormal heat for Petersburg, and squally gusts of wind — everything remains intact.