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May 22, 2022
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EUR 25 M indoor aqua-park investment at Gura Humorului

Gura Humorului’s tourist complex of “Arinis” will be home to Romania’s first indoor aqua-park, the product of a joint Finnish-Polish investment of nearly EUR 25 M. Gura Humorului Mayor Marius Ursaciuc told Mediafax Monday that the local administration and the Polish town of Puck, a Baltic Sea holiday resort signed a joint cooperation and experience exchange contract, including the construction of an aqua-park at Gura Humorului, similar to that already in place in the Polish town. The mayor also said that a Polish delegation is due to come to Gura Humorului next week towards the setting up of a company to erect an aqua park for leisure purposes, but also to sign a partnership with local authorities.

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