Denmark's Jutland region could become home to Northern Europe's largest waterpark.
But before that can happen, the project needs to get the green light from nature authorities Naturstyrelsen, according to IceNews.
"The park, named Sondervig Feriepark, would cost around a billion kroner to develop, be situated in Ringkobing-Skjern and employ an estimated 1,000 workers by 2020. When finished [it] would feature a massive outdoor waterpark and 500 summerhouses," the news agency reported.
Although Ringkobing-Skjern mayor Iver Enevoldsen said he felt confident the project would get approved, it is up against numerous other proposals competing for the 10 available slots along western Jutland’s protected coastal zone area. Read More