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Strange coffins in the Children's Park in Havana are causing a stir on social media

Strange coffins in the Children's Park in Havana are causing a stir on social media

The appearance of strange coffins in a children's park in Havana has caused a stir on social media, with Cubans wondering if it was a terrifying joke and demanding clarifications.

Internet user Beatriz Alonso said in… Facebook The new elements of the recreational facility raised concern and asked the Marianao government to explain “what these half-buried coffins in the children's park at 100 and 35 mean.”

He also said that from there they erased all the caricatures that were drawn on the walls, including Elpidio Valdés and other Cuban figures.

He also asked about the new “timber” that had been put in on the other side of the facility, and he said it was a place of horrors.

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To his surprise, a representative of the Marianao government responded immediately, as did a private businessman claiming to be the owner of the park renovation project, and even sent him a sketch of how it would look.

This explains that the park will be themed and will include the country's first scary house, and will have climbing walls, zip lines, an ice cream parlor and reading areas.

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“The park located at 100 and 33 is undergoing restoration and construction by Olix Group SRL. Our company is dedicated to the design and construction of amusement and adventure parks and has been established for several years,” the responsible businessmen stated.

“This park will have our country's first horror-themed house, climbing walls, canopies or ziplines, an ice cream parlor, reading areas, light gastronomy and a display area for finished products sold by our company,” he added. Answer.

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Last year, there was another park, the Jalisco Park in Vedado It was reopened under special management With inflatable equipment and other spaces, access to which is too expensive for many Cuban families.