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    Thrilling Walkable Roller-Coaster

    Are you afraid of roller coasters? Well if you are then this walkway may be the best way for you to experience one first-hand without actually going on a wild ride. Designed by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, the "Tiger and Turtle - Magic Mountain" sculpture is a new and unique way for one to experie...
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      Tiger & Turtle – Magic Mountain Walking Roller Coaster by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, Duisburg, Germany.

    • Heather Hay

      Stroller Coaster in Germany

    • Lanie Bran

      Artists Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth have constructed a 220-meter long outdoor sculpture that has caused quite a sensation in Duisburg, Germany. Created with tin and steel, there are 249 steps on the walkway of this large-scale sculpture “Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain”. Visitors can climb the roller coaster on foot to experience slopes of different steepness first hand without being rushed through the ride. You are free to savor each moment on this roller coaster at your own pace.


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