ZAGREB, 17 April (Hina) – The Cowboy Roswell Village, which represents the reenactment of the life in a Wild West settlement, opened in Fužine, a town in the Gorski Kotar region, this weekend.
The ceremony of the opening of the village was be held in compliance with the anti-epidemic rules, the Fužine authorities reported.
The Cowboy Roswell Village will be open to visitors from 11 a.m to 5 p.m. every weekend and on holidays.
The cowboy village will include the scenery items used during the shooting of the Winnetou film, which took place in Paklenica karst river canyon national park, Croatia.
Visitors can also go horseback riding, Winchester shooting, do archery, horseshoe throwing, lassoing and also rent a barbecue.
More details can be found here.