An Abandoned & Unfinished Wonderland of China [21 Pics]

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Sep 14 2012

Acording to the developers, this partially built amusement park was supposed to be “the largest amusement park in Asia”. In 1998, construction stopped due to disagreements with the local government and farmers over property prices.

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Developers attempted to restart the construction of this amusement park in 2008, but without success. It's located in Chenzhuang Village, China (approximately 32km northwest of central Beijing). All photos by David Gray [Reuters].

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

Chinas Wonderland that was never finished

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