Germany’s walkable rollercoaster

Art meets good-old fashioned fun in the German city of Duisburg.
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Art meets good-old fashioned fun in the German city of Duisburg. Last year the city famed for its steel industry unveiled the latest landmark on the German landscape, an artistic amalgamation of childhood dreams and Jerry ingenuity.

Standing 21 metres in height on the top of a grassy, green hill, Crouching Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain is the latest offering from sculptors Ulrich Genth and Heike Mutter. Part of the city’s Capital of Culture project, the Oriental named ornament is a winding staircase made from steel and zinc that’s more akin to a rollercoaster than a work of art.

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