This is Tower Park, Boutnemouth, UK The water park is called Splashdown. There are only water slides there - no swimming pools! - great fun though! especially the screamer! (smallest slide on the SE tower - its almost vertical!)
The monograms are the ones of King Frederik IV (let the park create 1720), Christian VI, Frederik V (the last king who used the baroque. The following King Christian VII recreated the park in his own way he wanted it.
1996 it was recreated after the original plans of 1725 and the monogram of the reigning Queen Margrethe II was created too.
A marine theme park in Durban - South Africa. The park offeres an aquarium, dolphinarium, water fun park, resturaunts and shopping centre. The 'sunken ship' houses the resturaunts and entrace to the aquarium. See www.ushakamarineworld.co.za
This water amusement park is a 30-minute drive east of the Lat Phrao flyover. A must-visit for those who love peace and serenity as well as water sports. It contains a man-made sea with artificial surf, whirlpools, fountains, waterfalls and towering slides. Its satellite attractions include a children's playground, aviaries, an open zoo, a bird park and a botanical garden. Thais call it Suan Si...
Vismaya is a an amusement water theme park situated in Kannur, Kerala. The park is developed and run by Malabar Tourism Development Co-operative Limited (MTDC). It is situated near to the famous Muthappan temple in Parassinikadavu. It was officially inaugurated in August 2008 and since then it has become one of the favorite holiday destination in Malabar. The park is completely operated by the ...
King Fahad International Airport (IATA: DMM, ICAO: OEDF) is located near Dammam, Saudi Arabia. It is the largest airport in the world in terms of area, covering 780 km² (301 mi²), surpassing Montréal-Mirabel International Airport (including Mirabel's reserved but unused 356 km² (137 mi²)). It is slightly larger than the neighboring country of Bahrain.
Brooklands was a motor racing circuit built near Weybridge in Surrey, England. The brainchild of Hugh Locke-King, it was opened on June 17, 1907 and was the first custom-built banked motor race circuit in the world. It was the first ever oval style race track built for cars. Two years after the racecourse was built Locke-King constructed an airfield in the centre of the site providing the oppo...
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