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Košice Children’s Historical Railway gets amphitheatre

ALPINKA, the terminal station of the Košice Children’s Historical Railway, has a new children’s amphitheatre. After the first performance on July 6, theatre and musical performances are scheduled for the whole tourist season, chairman of the Detská železnica Košice / Košice Children’s Historical Railway civic association Ľubomír Lehotský told the TASR newswire.

(Source: Courtesy of Kotice Children's Railway)

ALPINKA, the terminal station of the Košice Children’s Historical Railway, has a new children’s amphitheatre. After the first performance on July 6, theatre and musical performances are scheduled for the whole tourist season, chairman of the Detská železnica Košice / Košice Children’s Historical Railway civic association Ľubomír Lehotský told the TASR newswire.

He added that Saturdays in July are focused on fairy tales, while in August there will be summer concerts and an open-air cinema showing train-related films. Lehotský concluded that all the programmes are scheduled to coincide with the regular departures of the children’s railway trains and are free; however, there is a fee to ride the trains.

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