This amusement park in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany is built at an abandoned nuclear reactor site. The power plant was never put to actual use due to the protests and limited resources. Dutch entrepreneur Hennie Van Der Most bought the site and turned it into an amusement park. Wunderland Kalkar receives more than 600,000 visitors every year.Check out this video.
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Best Hostel Pick For Cologne: Pathpoint Cologne - Backpacker HostelLocation: Allerheiligenstrasse 15, Altstadt-Nord, CologneYour hostel experience: The hostel is located at a renovated Church at the city centre. During your stay here, you are only minutes away from the beach and the Cologne Train Station. All rooms are equipped with modern furniture, private bathrooms and a safe. Guests can relax at the hostel terrace or at the garden with a bbq. At a 5 minutes distance, visitors can explore major city attractions like the Cologne Cathedral, Rhein River and several other museums.Nearby Attractions: Kolumba Art Museum, KölnTriangle, Cologne Cathedral, Museum Ludwig and The Fragrance Museum.