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These Abandoned Amusement Parks Are Eerily Beautiful

Published On 04/02/2015 Published On 04/02/2015

It's hauntingly fascinating to stare into the past, watching as time takes its toll on places that were once filled with people and laughter. At once unsettling and captivating, these abandoned amusement parks around the world are like living museums housing beautiful decay in all their glory. 

Hope you have a high creepy clown tolerance.

Flickr/Matt Shalvatis

Pripyat Amusement Park

Pripyat, Ukraine

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Flickr/mrpitman
Flickr/Tormod Sandtorv

Wonderland Amusement Park

Beijing, China

Flickr/Forsaken Fotos

Lake Shawnee Amusement Park

Princeton, West Virginia

Flickr/Forsaken Fotos
Scoopboy

Okpo Land

Okpo-dong, South Korea

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Scoopboy

Umoja Children's Park

Tanzania, Africa

Wikimedia Commons
Flickr/Spreepark

Spreepark

Berlin, Germany

Flickr/Der Robert
Flickr/Erik Zeterberg

Jazzland/Six Flags

New Orleans, Louisiana

Flickr/Keoni Cabral
Flickr/keoni101
Flickr/Keturah Stickann

Land of Oz

Beech Mountain, North Carolina

Flickr/Tom Dussault

Lincoln Park

Dartmouth, Massachusetts 

Flickr/smithrw1
Wikimedia Commons

Nara Dreamland

Nara, Japan

Flickr/janheuninck

Dadipark

Dadizele, Belgium 

Flickr/Reginald Dierckx
Flickr/Reginald Dierckx
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Heritage USA

Fort Mill, South Carolina 

Flickr/Mandias

Gulliver’s Kingdom

Yamanashi, Japan

Flickr/Mandias
Flickr/dfirecop

Williams Grove Amusement Park

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Flickr/Alexander Synaptic

Encore’s Garden

Taichung City, Taiwan

Flickr/Alexander Synaptic
Flickr/Alexander Synaptic
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Dreamland

Coney Island, New York

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