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Rizhao City - Olympic Water Park - Sun Plaza stands
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Olympic Water Park, Rizhao City, the total area of ​​about 920 million square meters, was originally a natural lagoon, the city is closely linked with the Gold Coast. Park from south to north are: Lighthouse Square, the World race fan base, million square estuary Square, sunshine water sports base. Among them, the Central Bank has been built and put into use race fan base, covering 1.06 million square meters, including a land area of ​​65 square meters, the water area of ​​410,000 square meters, with a total investment of 1.9 billion. The project is based on repeated investigation and evaluation of the regulatory commission in hospital, Tongji University and Shenzhen Beilin Garden Planning and Design. The main facilities basin, floating docks, players club, game command center, boathouse, and five each style plaza.

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Uploaded: 12/05/2011
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