13. Dunaújvárosi Vidámpark
Another fascinating example of an amusement park existing under communist rule, Dunaújvárosi Vidámpark opened in Dunaújváros, Hungary in May of 1952. Within three years, the park was home to a ferris wheel, carousel, shooting range, bowling alley, and other attractions.
While Dunaújvárosi Vidámpark ran successfully for decades, the fall of the Soviet Union was not kind to the government-funded park. It closed its doors in 1993, leaving its various attractions to rust as monuments to an era of Soviet prosperity.