/ by Zachary Krahmer

A babysitter watches over a group of kids as they eat ice cream in one of the several permanent parks established during the Soviet Era in Osh, Kyrgyzstan. The permanent amusement park is about 800m long and features bumper cars, cotton candy, bb guns, numerous outdoor venues for restaurants, and karaoke booths among other shops. The park offers an economic opportunity for at least 100 families to make a living maintaining an attraction, as well as provides a source of entertainment for the rest of the public. 

A babysitter watches over a group of kids as they eat ice cream in one of the several permanent parks established during the Soviet Era in Osh, Kyrgyzstan. The permanent amusement park is about 800m long and features bumper cars, cotton candy, bb guns, numerous outdoor venues for restaurants, and karaoke booths among other shops. The park offers an economic opportunity for at least 100 families to make a living maintaining an attraction, as well as provides a source of entertainment for the rest of the public.