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Wonderland: The abandoned, never completed Disneyland clone in China

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  • [Other] Wonderland: The abandoned, never completed Disneyland clone in China

    Others have posted about this park in passing. Outside of Beijing, China, many years ago, developers started building a Disneyland-like clone theme park that was going to be called Wonderland. Construction stopped more than a decade ago when apparently the developers ran out of money and/or there was a disagreement with the Chinese government over land prices, etc., and that was built up to that point has since been left to just sit and rot.

    http://blogs.reuters.com/photographe...ke-disneyland/


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    Re: Wonderland: The abandoned, never completed Disneyland clone in China

    Nice! I have to add that to my travel wish list.
    Scott
    www.NothingDiesWithBlueSkies.com

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      Re: Wonderland: The abandoned, never completed Disneyland clone in China

      that is a perfect place for movie set, photoshoot, artwork etc. i would really like to just wander around that piece of land and see what all is left standing.
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        Re: Wonderland: The abandoned, never completed Disneyland clone in China

        It's unbelievable! Shocking! I want to see it for myself.

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