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Robin Hood, King Arthur and the Loch Ness monster are reported to be among the stars of what managers say will be Europe's largest theme park when it opens in two years time.
Adventure World is being built in Poland over a 230 hectares site and with a 470 million GBP budget, with the rides and attractions drawing on legends and myths from all over the world.
When work is finished, the new park will employ over 3,000 staff and it is also expected to include an aquapark. They hope to attract 2.5 million visitors a year.
The project is being realised by the Las Palm company headed by Dutch businessman Jan Mulder, who said Poland was the perfect location because of the cost of building and because although there was a huge local interest in theme parks. He said there was very little currently on offer in Poland, forcing many Poles to travel abroad.
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