This Colorful Russian Castle Was Actually Constructed For Kindergarteners
This is envy-inducing to parents with children enrolled in even the most prestigious schools.
This Russian kindergarten will have parents questioning whether or not they’ve stepped into their four-year-old’s wildest daydreams.
Constructed in a rural farming settlement in Russia’s Lewinsky district, the colorful architecture of the school emulates the Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany, according to Atlas Obscura.
Stretching over 6,000 square meters, the school — attended by 150 children since 2013 — features several playgrounds, playhouses, a soccer field and garden.
Tuition runs parents 21,800 rubles a month — which translates to about $360 USD — and boasts a curriculum centered around themed social optimism. For example, September is meant to orient students to the worlds of education and professional careers. Take an incredible video tour above.
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