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Top Ten Tallest Roller Coasters in the World

Kingda Ka​
Kingda Ka​

Experience the World's Tallest Coaster! There’s a reason this coaster is known as the King. Kingda Ka is quite simply the tallest coaster in the world and fastest roller coaster in North America.

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Cedar Point​
Cedar Point​

Cedar Point is a place like no other with 18 world-class roller coasters. The riding experiences are so diverse, there’s a roller coaster for every thrill seeker. From pint-sized starters like Woodstock Express to the 120-mph Top Thrill Dragster – if you love roller coasters, this is the only place you need to be.

Superman: ​Escape From Krypton​
Superman: ​Escape From Krypton​

Superman: Escape from Krypton held the record for the tallest roller coaster in the world until 2003 when the record was taken by the 420-foot-tall (130 m) Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point. As of 2015, it has the fifth fastest speed, the third tallest structure and the third-highest drop in the world.

Fury 325​
Fury 325​

Fury 325 is currently the seventh fastest, sixth tallest, and fourth longest roller coaster in the world. In North American rankings, the roller coaster is the tallest, fastest, and longest non-launched steel roller coaster on the continent.

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Millennium ​Force​
Millennium ​Force​

Millennium Force held the record for tallest and fastest roller coaster at Cedar Point until 2003, when Cedar Point debuted Top Thrill Dragster, which at the time was the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world.

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Intimidator​
Intimidator​

The 10 Tallest Roller Coasters in the World. ... and Kingda Ka could also lose its current status as the tallest roller coaster in the world ... Intimidator 305 ...

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Titan​
Titan​

When it opened in 2005, Kingda Ka was the world's fastest (at 128 mph) and tallest roller coaster. It doesn't come close to the record for the world's longest coaster ride. In fact, at 50.6 seconds it may be one of the shortest.

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Goliath​
Goliath​

Top Thrill Dragster held the record for being the world's tallest (and fastest) coaster for a few years. It has since been eclipsed by the similar Kingda Ka, but it is still one heckuva tall, fast, and great ride.

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Diamondback​
Diamondback​

When it opened in 2005, Kingda Ka was the world's fastest (at 128 mph) and tallest roller coaster. It doesn't come close to the record for the world's longest coaster ride. In fact, at 50.6 seconds it may be one of the shortest.

source: tripsavvy.com

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