Amusement Park "Machines of the Isle of Nantes" in France: the abode of mechanical creatures
• Amusement Park "Machines of the Isle of Nantes" in France: the abode of mechanical beings
Theme Park "Machines of the Isle of Nantes" was built on the site of the old shipyard on the banks of the Loire River in Nantes. The park is inhabited by fantastic mechanical beings that every visitor can try to ride.
The Star theme park "Machines of the Isle of Nantes" - a 12-meter high mechanical elephant, which can accommodate 50 passengers.
One of the inhabitants of the theme park "Machines of the Isle of Nantes."
In the photo: a horse-dragon.
The theme park was founded by engineers and Pierre Francois Delarozerom Orefisom. The first mechanical being settled in the park in 2007, and since then the attraction attracts crowds of tourists from all over the world.
All the huge creatures that inhabit the theme park "Machines of the Isle of Nantes", driven by specially trained mechanics. Entrance to the park is worth 8, 5 euros.
25-foot carousel "Sea Worlds" is located on the banks of the Loire River.
Carousel "Sea Worlds" has three levels, visitors are immersed in the depths of the ocean, beginning and ending with the bottom surface. Carousel adorn the 35 sculptures depicting the inhabitants of the deep sea.
One of the founders of the park François Delarozero near the sea monster, decorating carousel.
Presentation spider kumo near the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul in Nantes in July 2016.
The years go by and the theme park are got more and more mechanical creatures.
In the photo: the mechanics, control spider kumo.
During the process of creating mechanical creatures can be observed from the 'Gallery of machines. "
The elephant, made of 45 tons of steel and wood, is sent to passengers on a fascinating 45-minute walk.