The detailed conceptual design for another attraction that would make Burgas more interesting to visit is ready. This is the future park of the miniatures "Europe". Now the conceptual project enters a period of consideration and remarks, and it will be brought to the attention of the individual committees in the local parliament. Opinions about it can be expressed and by every citizen of Burgas.
It is envisaged that the new attraction will be located in "Sveta Troitsa" park, in the quarter of"Slaveikov", in close proximity to Swimming Complex "Park Arena OZK". The area is about 12 acres, where miniatures and sculptures of selected cultural and historical landmarks from the countries of the continent of Europe will be arranged.
The exhibition includes miniatures of: Belém Tower - Lisbon, Portugal; Sagrada Familia - Barcelona, Spain; Eiffel tower - Paris, France; St. Nicholas Cathedral - Monaco; Colosseum - Rome, Italy; Trevi Fountain - Rome, Italy; St. Peter's Cathedral - the Vatican; Dragon Bridge - Ljubljana; Parliament - Budapest, Hungary; Acropolis - Athens, Greece; Alexander Nevsky Cathedral - Sofia, Bulgaria; Rila Monastery - Bulgaria, the Pier - Burgas, Bulgaria; Bran Castle - Romania; Kremlin and the church "St. Vasilii the Blessed" - Moscow, Russia; Island castle in Trakai - Lithuania; Bratislava Castle - Slovakia; Charles Bridge - Prague, Czech Republic; Brandenburg Gate - Berlin, Germany; National Museum of Amsterdam - Netherlands; Atomium - Brussels, Belgium; Big Ben - London, United Kingdom; Tower Bridge - London, United Kingdom.
The sculptures proposed for exhibition are the following - Manneken-Pis statue - Brussels, Belgium; Madara Horseman - Bulgaria; the Mermaid Statue - Copenhagen, Denmark; Man at Work Sculpture - Čumil - Bratislava, Slovakia; Bremen musicians - Bremen, Germany; Peter Pan - London, United Kingdom; Tsar Osvoboditel - Sofia, Bulgaria.
* Link to the public discussion on the park of miniatures - the deadline for discussion and comments by citizens is until 10 January - Thursday, 12.00 p.m.: