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  • Go inside the worlds most bizarre theme park, built around an abandoned nuclear power station.
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  • 'Wunderland' near Kalkar, Germany cleverly combines a never-been-used reactor with classic amusement park rides including a merry-go-round, ferris wheel, carousel and a log flume ride.
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  • There is even a swing ride built inside the old cooling tower with a 40m high climbing wall on the outside.
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  • People enjoy the swing ride inside a cooling tower of power plant-turned-amusement park named 'Wunderland' in Kalkar, Germany.
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  • The Schneller-Bruter power plant was built in 1972, but it never went into use due to political reasons.
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  • Dutch businessman Hennie van der Most purchased and rebuilt the site into an all-inclusive resort that includes a conference center, six hotels, seven bars and several restaurants in addition to the 40 amusement facilities.
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  • A theme park spokesperson said: "In the autumn of 1972, The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany decided to cooperate in the common construction of the Schneller-Bruter Nuclear Plant but because of political reasons it was decided in 1991 never to use this nuclear power station. Since this power station has never been put into use, this whole complex is guaranteed free of radiation."
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  • You'll have a fun-fueled day without the radiation at this theme park that used to be a nuclear power plant.
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  • Families enjoy one of the rides at 'Wunderland,' a never-before-used nuclear power plant that is now an amusement park in Kalkar, Germany.
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  • People enjoy the swing ride inside a cooling tower of power plant-turned-amusement park named 'Wunderland' in Kalkar, Germany.
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