The abandoned amusement Park “Nara Dreamland” in Japan
If you think that you are the incredible luck was a witness to the shooting of the Thriller, and here the team of producer will fall into place – you are wrong… Welcome to the abandoned amusement Park “Nara Dreamland”!
The Park is located in Nara Prefecture, Japan. It was opened in 1961 and was ready to celebrate its 45th anniversary, if visitors wanted to come to visit him. But the sad state of Affairs has forced city officials to close the city’s children’s dreams due to low attendance and huge losses. 31 August 2006, all employees of the Park and the guests just left this great place and didn’t come back again.
The design and layout of the Park very similar to disney California adventure. Here also has its own train depot, Sleeping beauty Castle, steep turns rollercoasters and monorail. But time is not spared “Nara Dreamland” and all designs are rapidly destroyed, reminding’t already a childhood dream, but a nightmare.
It is impossible to believe, but the Park was once even their charms — Ran-Chan and Dori-Chan – the little ones dressed as security guards. And now the Park is protected by the police, and real entertainment for the brave tourists is to get into the Park through the double fences topped with barbed wire and ground obstacles. If you think that security guard you just will stop and write out fine — the bitter and unfortunate mistake. Continue reading
Germany is famous for its museums, cars, highways, wonderful zoos, a delicious beer brewed according to the laws of 1516, football, beautiful cities, many of which have retained their medieval appearance, and amusement parks that are scattered across the country. Ideas of Walt Disney, which owns the invention, live in the country and win. There adults turn into children, and children are experiencing their most acute delight and greatest happiness. Travel company “the Whole World” and its German partners offer a wide selection of individual and family tours with visits to the most famous and popular of them. And in the first place, of course, Europe’s largest tropical water Park “Tropical Aylends”.
This Park is located 60 km from Berlin and 3 km from the small town of brand the train station. Here almost every hour trains arrive from the capital. and then in the water Park, visitors take a free Shuttle bus service. Furthermore, the schönefeld airport is a regular bus route to the Park. The fare is only 3 Euros.
The Park sprawls in a huge hangar, which impresses with its size. Length 360 meters, width – 210 meters, the height is 107 meters.
A unique complex form tropicheskii “Flower world”, swimming pool “South sea” with 2 Islands, the pool “Laguna Bali”, different waterfalls, Jacuzzi, sandy beach with an area of 860 sq m, a beach volleyball court, East market, tropical village consisting of several thematic zones: “Thailand”, “Malaysia/Borneo”, “Bali”, “Polynesia”, “Congo”, “Amazon”. Continue reading
There is light at strange tourist attractions – eerily quiet theme parks and hotels that do not accept their visitors. These theme parks were for some reason abandoned today and left to rot.
It would seem that theme parks should be filled with screaming kids, covered in cotton candy, and their caring parents. In fact, instead of fun in these places is eerily empty, creepy, and frightening silence hangs in the air, no signs of life.
Strange, but these places, for a long time have come into complete disrepair, attract many tourists wishing to get a hefty dose of thrills.
Spreepark, Berlin, Germany
In 1969, the Park has been opened, is located in Plänterwald. The Park was given an honorable and pleasant mission – to delight families from Berlin and other German cities. In 2002, the family owners, which owned the Park (now known as spreepark), moved to Lima, Peru where they tried to start another Park. Berlin gradually the Park fell into disrepair.
Park Six Flags, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hurricane Katrina destroyed many of the buildings, he did not regret Park Louisiana,opened in 2000.
A storm devastated the neighborhood, inundating many of the attractions of the theme Park. Continue reading