Tagged: germany

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Taron at Phantasialand Looks Amazing

Germany’s Phantasialand shared some jaw-dropping construction photos of their new-for-2016 multi-launched coaster Taron. The Intamin coaster has been under wraps (literally) for most of its construction. The highly shrouded project has attracted a considerable amount of attention. This week’s new...

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Hansa Park Opening Hypercoaster in 2015

Hansa Park in Germany has announced that it will open Kärnan, a hypercoaster, in 2015. It will be the park’s most expensive and tallest attraction to date. Not much is known about the specifics of the coaster, but internet speculation points...

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Take a Spin on Ring Racer

Ring Racer (stylized ring°racer) has finally opened after years of construction. The S&S coaster, which was originally due to open in 2009, is located at The Nürburgring, a motorsport race track in Germany. The roller coaster is part of a...

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Karacho Construction at Erlebnispark Tripsdrill

One of Gerstlauer’s newest Euro-Fighter coasters is under construction at Germany’s Erlebnispark Tripsdrill. Karacho stands 98-feet tall and will launch riders from 0-62 mph in 1.6 seconds when it opens this summer. The park shared some beautiful pictures of the...

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Wodan: Themed Experience

Wodan – Timbur Coaster at the beautiful Europa Park opened late last month, and our friends at Bloggercoaster have taken an in-depth look at the incredibly-detailed themed elements of the Great Coasters International wooden coaster. I honestly had no idea...

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Europa Park’s wooden coaster construction

Great Coasters International is keeping those interested in the progress of Europa’s 2012 yet-to-be-named wooden coaster updated on their Facebook page. Vertical construction began in late August. Within a week the bottom of the unnamed coaster’s drop was beginning to...

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Phantasialand Photos

I recently found some photos of Phantasialand, a beautfil park in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany that a member posted at our old forums back in 2007. “Sand-coloured towers rise up to the sky, interspersed with reed roofs and exotic plants”...

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New projects from Maurer Söhne

Maurer Söhne has released a newsletter which details some of their upcoming projects, one of which will supposedly feature the most inversions in the world. Two Maurer Söhne coasters will open in China – one a SkyLoop model and the other...