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China to open theme park dedicated to gold
3/20/2006
 

          BEIJING, Mar 19 (AFP): Gold-hungry China plans to open what it has billed the world's first theme park dedicated entirely to the precious metal, state media reported today.
Construction of the theme park kicked off Saturday near a working mine at Rushan city, east China's Shandong province, the Xinhua news agency said.
When the 3.6-square-kilometer (1.4-square-mile), 200-million-yuan (25-million-dollar) park is completed, it will allow visitors to watch gold being mined and processed.
It will also include a DIY area where the visitors themselves can be gold miners for a day, according to the agency.

 

 
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