Via The Tech Journal:
For a cool 1.62 million Euros, you can be the proud owner of a now-abandoned amusement park in Berlin, Germany. Originally built by the East German government in 1969, Kulturpark Plänterwald was later taken over by a man named Norbert Witte, who renamed it Spreepark. Unfortunately for his business, Witte was arrested for and later convicted of cocaine smuggling. The park closed in 2002.
Read the story and view the pics at Gizmodo. And if you've got 1.62 million spare Euros in the bank, and can read German, you can place your bid on e-Bay.