This is The Most Epic Ride I’ve Ever Seen. It Has a Bunch Of Surprises For Those Who Dare To Ride it!!!

Watch out, Diseney World, Phantasialand in Brühl, Germany just might be your biggest competition. Besides the fact that it has 6 absolutely different sections: Fantasy, Deep in Africa, Berlin, Mexico, Mystery and China Town, it has a lot to offer. This park started as a family-oriented one, but has also added during recent years thrill rides, like Black Mamba, the inverted roller coaster, Winjas, spinning roller coasters and Talocan. Talocan is Europa’s most themed top spin. Just watching this Mayan ride take the riders for a terrifying experience, makes your stomach lurch. Would you dare to ride it? I, sure would, Talocan is already in my bucket list. Enjoy and share this thrilling video with your friends and family.


This park attracts approximately 1.75 million visitors every year. It was opened in 1967 by Gottlieb Löffelhardt and Richard Schmidt. One of the thrill rides, a themed Mine Train roller coaster called Colorado Adventure, in Wild West section was opened by Michael Jackson himself. The Mexican section, where Talocan is located, welcomes the visitors into the land of myths and sagas about Aztecs and Mayan civilizations. Tlaloc, God of the forefathers, reigns in this area, he lashes his realm with thunder, lightning and rain. Tlaloc waits for fresh sacrifice, those that are ready to face the challenge of his Talocan lair. Tlaloc was an important god in Aztec religion. He was the deity of rain, fertility, and water. He was praised for giving life, but feared of for sending hail, thunder and lightning. Tlaloc means “He who is the embodiment of the earth,” or more commonly “He who makes things sprout.” The cult of Tlaloc, a storm god, is one of the oldest and most universal in ancient Mexico.

Sources:

http://www.phantasialand.de/en/theme-park/mexico/talocan

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