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Indiana Jones Land is a name given to a proposed Indiana Jones themed miniland complex which was originally developed by Walt Disney Imagineering between 1992 and 1996 to be part of Disneyland Paris' Adventureland sector.

The complex was to comprise several temples, jungles and mineshafts. The latter one was planned to be a forwards-facing rollercoaster instead of a backwards-facing rollercoaster. A large portion of the zone was reserved to build the Indiana Jones Adventure attraction. Additionally, the sector was meant to have its own indoor show, a restaurant and shopping areas.[1]

Despite all these plans, due to budget reasons and financial constraints, the entire project was shelved by Disneyland Paris and was ultimately scaled down to what became Indiana Jones et le Temple du Péril, a single rollercoaster.[2]

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