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Roshen fountain in Vinnitsa
Ukraine

The world's largest river light and music fountain in the open water «ROSHEN» were opened in September 4, 2011.

Technical parameters of the fountain:

Length - 97 m

Width - 10m

The height of the central jet - 63 m

The expansion of water frontage - 140m

Water pump power - 780 kW

The number of underwater lights - 560 pcs

Floating platform - common dimensions: length 93.8 m, width 7.5 m, draft 1.36 meters, displacement - about 170 tons

The total cost of the project Quay Roshan and Fontana more than 70 million hryvnia.

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Copyright: Malinnikov Ruslan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13400x6700
Uploaded: 26/08/2013
Updated: 25/08/2014
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