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China Amusement Park Sits Idle, Except for the Occasional Farmer
Once promoted at the largest amusement park in Asia, construction stopped at the location, which sits on the outskirts of Beijing, in 1998, when funds were withdrawn due to disagreements over property prices with the local government and farmers, Reuters reported. 
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Dec. 5: Footsteps in fresh snow are seen across a walkway leading to the entrance of a derelict amusement park called 'Wonderland.'

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Dec. 5: A view of abandoned buildings that were to be part of an amusement park called 'Wonderland.'

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Dec. 5: A farmer carries a shovel over his shoulder as he walks through an abandoned building, that was to be part of the amusement park.

(Reuters)

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Dec. 5: The steel frame of an abandoned building stands in what would have been an amusement park.

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Dec. 5: A crack is seen in a footpath leading to an abandoned building that was to be part of an amusement park.

(Reuters)

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Dec. 5: Farmers dig a water well in a field that includes an abandoned building that was to be part of an amusement park.

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Dec. 5: A farmer carries a shovel over his shoulder as he walks to tend his crops in a field that includes an abandoned building, that was to be part of an amusement park.

(Reuters)

China Amusement Park Sits Idle, Except for the Occasional Farmer

Once promoted at the largest amusement park in Asia, construction stopped at the location, which sits on the outskirts of Beijing, in 1998, when funds were withdrawn due to disagreements over property prices with the local government and farmers, Reuters reported. 

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