Tsunami (roller coaster)

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Tsunami
Previously known as Thriller at Gröna Lund, Taz's Texas Tornado and Texas Tornado at Six Flags AstroWorld and Zonga at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
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Up-close shot of Tsunami going through the loops
Feria Nacional de San Marcos
Coordinates 21°51′34″N102°19′11″W / 21.8595°N 102.3197°W / 21.8595; -102.3197 Coordinates: 21°51′34″N102°19′11″W / 21.8595°N 102.3197°W / 21.8595; -102.3197
StatusRemoved
Opening dateApril 27, 2008 (2008-04-27)
Closing dateNovember 9, 2014 (2014-11-09)
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
Coordinates 38°08′19″N122°13′52″W / 38.1386°N 122.2310°W / 38.1386; -122.2310
StatusRemoved
Opening dateApril 25, 2003 (2003-04-25)
Closing date2004 (2004)
Replaced by Pandemonium