Yes, indeed. We have been researching the amazing history of the Turisedians for many years now. They were a people who lived on the floodplains of the river Neisse until the 11th century, but whose incredible cultural achievements are now all but forgotten. Together with my good friend Jurusch Gorlik, we are researching this ancient culture, carrying out excavations and resurrecting their empire, so to speak.
You must be doing something right as you attract an average of 100,000 visitors per year. What is it that makes your adventure park so appealing?
First and foremost, it’s the mixture of art, culture and nature. Normally you would only be able to find a world like ours in a computer game. But here everything is made out of genuine, honest natural materials – all your experiences are real. There’s no doubt that many people also find the unexplored world of the Turisedians very intriguing – it’s still waiting to be discovered and offers plenty of scope for the imagination. Then there is the immediate sensation of being out in the natural world, experiencing the wilderness. You might think that’s something that would appeal mainly to youngsters, but time and again we notice that it is predominantly the adults who are captivated by it all – perhaps because here they are allowed to be a child again.