Brand: Kleinwelka

Brachiosaurus (Saurierpark Kleinwelka, Sachsen)

3.5 (2 votes)
No doubt: Invicta Brachiosaurus is a monument, an all-time classic, a monochrome statement, based on the first version of the mounted Brachiosaurus skeleton of the Natural History Museum of Berlin. No Giraffatitan discussion here. Up for review, however, is Kleinwelka Brachiosaurus, a figure from the former German Democratic Republic.

Diplodocus (Kleinwelka)

4.8 (5 votes)

The reviewed replica lying on a brochure of the park.
Ah, a classic, monochrome tail dragging sauropod figure! Ah, a replica of a classic behemoth, exclusively released in one theme park in a single region! Ah, a legacy from those times when dinosaurs were regarded at as strange, clumsy foreign bodies.

Iguanodon (Kleinwelka)

4.8 (4 votes)

Review and photos by ChemaV, edited by Plesiosauria

The Saurierpark ( is built on the grounds of a botanic garden, located in Kleinwelka, a subdivision of the city of Bautzen in Germany. In 1977 a large series of life sized dinosaurs were built out of steel and concrete. The designs were largerly based on designs by the excellent European paleoartist Zdeneck Burian, whose works (or ripoffs of them) were still being published in several books for children and adults.

Parasaurolophus (Kleinwelka)

3.6 (5 votes)
Review and photos by Stefan Schröder (alias Libraraptor)
Up for review today is Kleinwelka Parasaurolophus which dates back to the 70s or 80s, when the owners of the Kleinwelka dinosaur park decided to bring out some souvenir toys looking like small versions of the dinosaurs arranged in the park.

Stegosaurus (Kleinwelka)

3.5 (6 votes)
In 1978 Franz Gruß, a German sculptor situated in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), began to build life size reconstructions of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals in his private garden in Großwelka, Sachsen. The garden was open to the public and soon developed to a tourist attraction. Few years later the garden was enlarged by use of neighboring public grounds and thus the foundation was lain for the still existing Sauierpark Kleinwelka.
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