There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site

Related Pins

Opened in 1969, Kulturpark Plänterwald (Spree Park) was East Berlin’s premiere amusement park. After the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, the park was sold off to Austrian financier Norbert Witte. Unfortunately, Spree began to lose money and in 1999, Witte closed the park. Thinking he’d have better luck in Peru, Witte transported all the rides to Lima to create a new park. When that also failed, Witte turned to smuggling cocaine from Peru to Europe inside the machinery of amusement park rides.

Spreepark, Berlin, Germany

Spreepark-Plänterwald-Berlin has been abandoned since 2001 because only a few people came to visit it. it was the only and biggest amusement park of the former GDR. in those times it had 1,7 million visitors in a year and was a famous place to go to.

Abandoned Spreepark, Berlin. From 1969 to 1989, Cultural Park Plänterwald was East Germany's premiere amusement park. Later rechristened "Spreepark," it eventually closed in 2002, after the park's operator picked up and left for Peru . He and his son were later arrested for trying to smuggle 167 kilograms of cocaine back to Germany inside the "Flying Carpet" carousel. Recently released from prison, the owner is thought to live somewhere within the park's mysterious grounds.

Spreepark, Germany~carnival in the mist with a dilapidated structure in the foreground awesome inspiration

It opens wide its jaw and awaits your foolish steps.... (Hamburg, abandoned Amusement "Spree Park" , It's History!)

Abandoned Boat Chute (Spreepark). Berlin, Germany. [1024 X 834]. - Imgur

Nara Dreamland in Japan, an abandoned old amusement park. Reminds me of Spirited Away.....