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* TheThemeParkVersion: As with the comic books, the areas themed after ancient world settings are nothing but "Theme Park" versions of them, namely Celtic Gaul, AncientRome, AncientGreece and AncientEgypt. And a bit of UsefulNotes/TheVikingAge too.

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* TheThemeParkVersion: As with the comic books, the areas themed after ancient world settings are nothing but "Theme Park" versions of them, namely Celtic Gaul, AncientRome, AncientGreece UsefulNotes/AncientGreece and AncientEgypt. And a bit of UsefulNotes/TheVikingAge too.


In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with the late Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul.

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In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a French park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with the late Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul.


* AscendedExtra: Iris, the Egyptian hypnotist from one of the tasks in the 1976 animated film ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix'', got a whole ride themed after him, the steel inverted roller coaster "[=OzIris=]". And one of the most spectacular in the park at that.

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* AscendedExtra: Iris, the Egyptian hypnotist from one who only appeared as of the twelve tasks in the 1976 animated film ''WesternAnimation/TheTwelveTasksOfAsterix'', got a whole ride themed after him, the steel inverted roller coaster "[=OzIris=]". And one of the most spectacular in the park at that.


* TheThemeParkVersion: As with the comic books, the areas themed after ancient world settings are nothing but "Theme Park" versions of them, namely Celtic Gaul, AncientRome, AncientGreece and AncientEgypt.

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* TheThemeParkVersion: As with the comic books, the areas themed after ancient world settings are nothing but "Theme Park" versions of them, namely Celtic Gaul, AncientRome, AncientGreece and AncientEgypt. And a bit of UsefulNotes/TheVikingAge too.


In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul.

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In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with the late Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul.


In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, market studies and designing, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

As of 2018, it was the fifth most visited theme park in France with about 2 million guests.

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In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, market studies and designing, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

Following a few years of planning, market studies and designing, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989. As of 2018, it was the fifth most visited theme park in France with about 2 million guests.
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* PublicBathhouseScene: The mad house type ride "Le Défi de César" ("Caesar's Challenge") has UsefulNotes/JuliusCaesar recruiting new spies (the guests). The spies go through a Roman bath to rest at some point in it.


* BetweenMyLegs: The entrance of the "Tonnerre de Zeus" ("Thunder of Zeus") wooden roller coaster is a colossal statue of the king of the Olympian gods, with guests walking in between his legs.

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* BetweenMyLegs: The entrance of the "Tonnerre de Zeus" ("Thunder ("[[BoltOfDivineRetribution Thunder of Zeus") Zeus]]") wooden roller coaster is a colossal statue of the king of the Olympian gods, with guests walking in between his legs.


* BetweenMyLegs: The entrance of the "Tonnerre de Zeus" wooden roller coaster is a colossal statue of the king of the Olympian gods, with guests walking in between his legs.

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* BetweenMyLegs: The entrance of the "Tonnerre de Zeus" ("Thunder of Zeus") wooden roller coaster is a colossal statue of the king of the Olympian gods, with guests walking in between his legs.


* BetweenMyLegs: The entrance of the "Tonnerre de Zeus" wooden roller coaster is a colossal statue of the god, with guests walking in between his legs.

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* BetweenMyLegs: The entrance of the "Tonnerre de Zeus" wooden roller coaster is a colossal statue of the god, king of the Olympian gods, with guests walking in between his legs.


In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, designing and market studies, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

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In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic comic book hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, designing and market studies, studies and designing, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

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* {{Mascot}}: Asterix, of course. The park's most famous representation of him has him [[https://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/0b/f9/ab/8b/parc-asterix.jpg sitting on a rock]].

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* HalloweenSpecial: Starting in 2005, the park launched the "Druids Festival" every year in late October, which was renamed "Fear on the Parc Asterix" in 2009 and received a more direct Halloween theming.


In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic indomitable hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, designing and market studies, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

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In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic indomitable comic book hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, designing and market studies, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.


In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic indomitable Gaulish hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}}. Following a few years of planning, designing and market studies, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

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In 1981, Creator/AlbertUderzo visited [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disneyland]] in Anaheim. Following the example of his longtime idol Creator/WaltDisney, Uderzo got the idea of a park that would be themed after the universe of the iconic indomitable Gaulish hero he created with Creator/ReneGoscinny, ComicBook/{{Asterix}}.ComicBook/{{Asterix}} the Gaul. Following a few years of planning, designing and market studies, the Parc Asterix was built in Plailly (about 30 kilometers from UsefulNotes/{{Paris}}) and opened in 1989.

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