In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- They come to a theme park and that's what they ask for, so that's what we supply.
- Insiders have revealed that the company has abandoned its plan to build a theme park in the city.
- The turning point came when he took his children to a theme park and discovered that he was too big for the rides.
- The theme park will help the town improve its environment and infrastructure and push up land prices.
- Ever been to a theme park and thought that you could do better?
- The mall leads to an outdoor area, with cafes, a mini theme park, and escalators.
- She decided to enter a national singing competition organised by a theme park in Southport.
- The theme park expects mainland tourists to account for a third of that figure.
- So why, then, have they just opened a theme park devoted to the unexplained by the resort of Interlaken?
- The venue was Futuroscope, a space-age theme park near Poitiers.
- The last news item on the car radio as we turned off the Elgin road was about plans to turn the former monastery at Fort Augustus into a theme park.
- You can build roads and houses on it and, with a few adjustments, the rest will make a weekend theme park for city-dwellers.
- The group had a full day exploring the theme park, and on Sunday morning breakfasted with Disney characters.
- The Disneyland theme park on the island is at its final stage of construction and is due to open in July next year.
- This is a place for an escape, so don't expect any flashy evening entertainment or a theme park around the corner.
- This is is a theme park with a difference.
- But dwindling crowds and a lack of repairs could mean the theme park's end.
- The automotive theme park in nearby Flint closed recently, just as the motor plants did before it.
- Also near Kristiansand is a zoo, although it's more of a theme park.
- Which is why you should feel no shame in packing them off to a theme park.
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