Китайцы прячутся от жары под громадными медузами

9 Августа 2010, 12:55

В Пекине после реконструкции открыли Национальный спортивный комплекс для водных видов спорта, прозванный "в народе" Water Cube. "Водный куб" является одним из главных спортивных сооружений, возведенных специально для Летних Олимпийских игр, проводившихся в Китае в 2008 году.

Visitors enjoy swimming in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
This photo taken on August 8, 2010 shows the interior design of the the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Chinese residents enjoy swimming in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as Water Cube in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Visitors enjoy swimming in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Visitors enjoy swimming in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
A visitor (top L) tests a water slide in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Young Chinese women play in the water in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Young Chinese women play in the water in the newly re-launch National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, in Beijing on August 8, 2010. Adults have to pay 200 yuan (30 USD) to enter the park and a ticket for children will cost 160 yuan, a report said -- a high price in a city where the minimum wage comes to 960 yuan (145 USD) a month, as the Beijing's Olympic aquatic centre reopened as Asia's largest indoor water park. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO

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