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In Georgia, the old airplane was turned into a kindergarten

In Georgia, the old airplane was turned into a kindergarten

The practice of converting decommissioned airplanes in hotels has long been no surprise, so Tonkosti already wrote about such hotel in Stockholm , but a kindergarten on the board is something new!

One enterprising Georgian, Gary Shapidze, bought a decommissioned airplane Yak-42 from the airline Georgian Airways and turned it into a kindergarten, which is located in the city of Rustavi. The director of the kindergarten gave a second life to the airplane: its interior has been partially converted, there appeared tables for classes and a lot of toys, but the keypad in the cockpit remained intact, which made children very happy. According to Cultural Studies, the kindergarten is designed for 15 children, and from the first day of opening became amazingly famous.

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