RIV RIO DE JANEIRO, Sept. 10 (UPI) — The RIV Rio de Janeiro is a giant water park built on the ruins of the former World’s Fair site.
It is still there.
But the water park was closed to the public in 2011 because of the Ebola virus outbreak.
Now, visitors are able to enter and enjoy a water park without fear of infection.
The Rio de Janeiro is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The park was built in the 1960s.
A new water park opened in 2016, and now is offering free rides and rideshows.
The water park is located at Rio de Janiero, the site of the old World’s fair.
The Riv is a major tourist destination in Brazil.
Visitors flock to the city every year to see the city’s famous architecture and natural beauty.