There is probably no better way to recycle a nuclear power plant! What better way, in fact than the transformation into an amusement park? This is what they did in Germany with Wunderland which is created in the city of Kalkar. In fact, the center is never brought into operation and has never hosted radioactive material or waste.
This has made it easier but no less significant passage from the atom to the rides and the fission rollercoaster. And one of the most interesting aspects also symbolic is represented by reuse of the cooling tower, inside which was a tower built of metal and now holds a carousel overview.
The park Wunderland is located in the far north of Germany, just over 100 kilometers from the Dutch city of Utrecht.