Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain
Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain is an art installation and landmark in Angerpark, Duisburg, Germany, built in 2011. It is 21 meters tall, made of galvanized steel, and cost two million Euros to build. It was designed by Ulrich Genth and Heike Mutter. It resembles a roller coaster, but it is a walkway with stairs. Its vertical loop continues the walkway and stairs, but it is unwalkable and is blocked off. In 2013, Tiger and Turtle – Magic Mountain was ranked as #6 on HuffPost's list of Most Extreme Staircases.
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- Strutner, Suzy (September 10, 2013). "The Most Extreme Staircases In The World: A Comprehensive Countdown". The Huffington Post.
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