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Abandoned Amusement Park in Berlin, Germany @Derske wil je met mij hier naartoe?

Abandoned Amusement Park in Berlin, Germany @Derske wil je met mij hier naartoe?

A frozen rainbow carousel, headless dinosaurs and lonely swan-shaped boats: this can only be Spreepark, an abandoned amusement park in Southeast Berlin.

A frozen rainbow carousel, headless dinosaurs and lonely swan-shaped boats: this can only be Spreepark, an abandoned amusement park in Southeast Berlin.

akakanonuma Greenland, Hobara, Japan (1973-1975; 1986-1999)  The Crumbling Chaos of Abandoned Amusement ParksExpand  First it closed after one or two seasons because few deaths in the park, but it reopened in 1986 and operated until 1999.

The Crumbling Chaos of Abandoned Amusement Parks

akakanonuma Greenland, Hobara, Japan (1973-1975; 1986-1999) The Crumbling Chaos of Abandoned Amusement ParksExpand First it closed after one or two seasons because few deaths in the park, but it reopened in 1986 and operated until 1999.

Abandoned Years Ago;  A Dinosaur Park.  I was there in the 70s, it was abandoned then.  NO Rides, Just Walking Thru Acres of Trails, with Life Size Dinosaurs.  I wonder if it still stands, in the Irish Hills, Michigan.

Michigan's Abandoned Dinosaur Amusement Park Is Way Creepy

Abandoned Years Ago; A Dinosaur Park. I was there in the 70s, it was abandoned then. NO Rides, Just Walking Thru Acres of Trails, with Life Size Dinosaurs. I wonder if it still stands, in the Irish Hills, Michigan.

8 eerie, abandoned amusement parks  http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/eco-tourism/photos/8-eerie-abandoned-amusement-parks/take-a-ride-or-not

8 eerie, abandoned amusement parks

8 eerie, abandoned amusement parks http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/eco-tourism/photos/8-eerie-abandoned-amusement-parks/take-a-ride-or-not

Takakonuma Greenland Park in Japan. The amusement park first opened in Hobara in 1973 but abruptly closed only two years later. Some say it was because of poor ticket sales, but local lore insists the park was forced to shut down after its rides were responsible for a number of accidental deaths.

Takakonuma Greenland Park in Japan. The amusement park first opened in Hobara in 1973 but abruptly closed only two years later. Some say it was because of poor ticket sales, but local lore insists the park was forced to shut down after its rides were responsible for a number of accidental deaths.

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