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Abandoned amusement park in Berlin -  ferris wheel still operates via wind power only and screams as it turns. Eerie.

Spreepark -Abandoned amusement park in Berlin - ferris wheel still operates via wind power only and screams as it turns.

There's A Surreal Cold War-Era Amusement Park Decaying On The Outskirts Of…

There's A Surreal Cold War-Era Amusement Park Decaying On The Outskirts Of Berlin

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | Spreepark, an abandoned theme park in Berlin, Germany.

There's A Surreal Cold War-Era Amusement Park Decaying On The Outskirts Of Berlin

Thanks Business Insider for the cool feature about my work on Spreepark! If you enjoy pretty pictures of abandoned, magical places head over there and find out about my love affair with this Berlin.

In 2002, Witte decided to close down the park, move together with his family and closest colleagues to Lima, Peru and operate an amusement park there. Description from desertedplaces.blogspot.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Spreepark was also known as Kutlurpark Planterwald and was built in East Berlin, Germany. The fall of the Berlin Wall contributed to its downfall.

Abandoned control booth for the Ferris wheel at Spreepark (Kulturpark) amusement park on April 27, 2014 in Berlin, Germany.

Abandoned Theme Park in Germany May Get New Lease on Life (PHOTOS

Abandoned control booth for the Ferris wheel at Spreepark (Kulturpark) amusement park on April 2014 in Berlin, Germany.

Deserted Places: Spreepark: An abandoned amusement park in Berlin

Spreepark: An abandoned amusement park in Berlin. Headless dinosaurs, rusty roller coasters and a time-frozen Ferris wheel. This is Spreepark, an abandoned amusement park in Berlin, Germany, in operation between 1969 and

Spreepark Berlin 1989-2001. Was originally opened in 1969 as Kulturpark Plänterwald, covering an area of 29.5 hectares. In 2002 the park was declared completely insolvent and the area was allowed to fall into disrepair. The Ferris wheel still stands, but has not operated since the park's closure, likewise, the remains of other attractions can still be found on-site. A scene for the 2011 action film Hanna was filmed at the park.

Spreepark Berlin 1989-2001. Was originally opened in 1969 as Kulturpark Plänterwald, covering an area of 29.5 hectares. In 2002 the park was declared completely insolvent and the area was allowed to fall into disrepair. The Ferris wheel still stands, but has not operated since the park's closure, likewise, the remains of other attractions can still be found on-site. A scene for the 2011 action film Hanna was filmed at the park.

broken ferris wheel Spreepark Berlin

Photographing Abandoned Berlin Spreepark

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