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Roller Coaster

Thrill-seekers should make their way to the Nagashima Spaland amusement park in western Japan. It is home to the Steel Dragon 2000, the world’s largest roller coaster. Costing over $50 million to build, it covers 8,133 feet of total track length and reaches heights of 318 feet.

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