A fire broke out at a Wild West-themed amusement park in southern Germany, with police estimating the damage running into the millions of euros.
Several wooden buildings, including saloons, went up in flames on Main Street at the Pullman City amusement park in Eging am See, in Bavaria, police said on Sunday.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known, and no injuries were reported. The guests of a nearby hotel were taken to a safer location.
Pullman City, which fashions itself on the horseback-riding cowboys of the 19th-century American West, covers around 200,000 square metres in Eging am See.
"The fire was discovered by employees at around 6 am," said a police spokeswoman. "They tried to put it out with a fire extinguisher. But that didn't work."
As of 9 am (0800 GMT), the fire was still burning.
According to the website, a family day was planned on Sunday featuring magic and light shows. Depending on the weather, pony rides were also supposed to be on offer.
The police spokeswoman did not think Pullman City would open on Sunday. Park officials were unable to be reached by telephone.