NewsEuropapark: “Flagging”? Opinions differ on the topic of Russia

Europapark: “Flagging”? Opinions differ on the topic of Russia

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, fans of Europapark are now suggesting an unusual step. Read here what it is all about:

Anyone who has ever visited the Europapark knows the layout of the grounds in beautiful Baden-Württemberg. It is relatively simple and logical in design, as the park is divided into various themed areas. With three exceptions, all of these areas are designed in the style of European countries. One of these countries is Russia. But after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, some fans apparently find the complex of topics somehow inappropriate.
HEIDELBERG24* reports on creative suggestions from the park community for solving the “problem”.

Shortly after the start of the Russian invasion, the first criticism of Europa Park was sparked. Not because of the Russian theme area, but very specifically because of the “blue fire Megacoaster”, one of the largest roller coasters in the park. (mko) *HEIDELBERG24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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