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March 31, 2017

5 Disney Movie Locations That Exist In Real Life!

5 Disney Movies Locations That Exist In Real Life! Description: This year, Disneyland will be turning 62 years old. That’s older than some of our grandparents. Disneyland has been a great sensation in the lives of children in America and around the world, regardless of whether you have been there physically or have watched films it has produced. What fascinates me about Disneyland is the ability of the artists to reproduce some of the world’s greatest structures for children to enjoy. With this being said, prepare to be amazed by these 5 Disney Movie Locations That Exist In Real Life! Lets begin! 1. Al Cazar of Segovia, Spain Al Cazar of Segovia was built on a rocky ridge. Maybe the architects designed it with the hope of being used in a Disney film. Big maybe there. This Spanish castle is so impressive, such that it influenced two different Disney castles. Whether you think this is the queen’s castle from ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ or Cinderella’s castle now found at the center of Disney World, you are pretty much correct. The artists of Disneyland knew that the castle was too good not to be enjoyed in the big screen. Good choice. 2. Taj Mahal, India Taj Mahal clearly lives up to its name. Translating into ‘Crown of Palaces, it is one of the most iconic man-made structures made on the planet. In real sense, it is a mausoleum. Regardless, this did not stop it from inspiring artists of Aladdin’s palace in 1992. The fans never also seemed to mind. From the onset, Aladdin’s setting and origin was from the Middle East. In later years, Disney tied the two locations together by placing Aladdin in the fictional land of Agrabah which derives its name form Agra where Taj Mahal is located. Smart move. The two are now much easily relatable. 3. Mont Saint-Michel, France If you remember the 2010 animation of ‘Tangled’, then you will remember Rapunzel’s residence in the Kingdom of Corona. The inspiration of this castle came from the castle of Mont Saint Michel in Normandy France. The only difference is that Mont-Saint Michel is not in a forest somewhere isolated from people. Whether there’s a nearby hidden tower with an old woman in it is a whole different question. The castle was a good choice by the artists. It really suited Rapunzel so well as she could easily drop her long hair and climb down from it. For those of you with long hair, don’t try that in the next tall building. It will go really badly. 4. Hotel De Glace, Canada My favorite part of the song ‘Let it Go’ in ‘Frozen’ was ‘The cold never bothered me anyway’. I really liked how she sang that part. I mean, damn, who doesn’t? The most spectacular element of ‘Frozen’ was Elsa’s palace. That palace was inspired by a real location in Quebec Canada, Hotel De Glace. The workers of this hotel built it every year, out of snow and ice. The impressive structure has a chapel, bar, grand hall and rooms, all furnished with ice furniture, of course. You won’t find Elsa in any of the rooms, but you may have ran into ‘Frozen’ director Chris Buck five years before the release of the film. 5. Chateau De Chillon, Switzerland Disney could not forget the Swiss when it came to borrowing some of their ideas in the art work for their movies. The work of the architects of Chateau De Chillon found on the Eastern shore of Lake Geneva made its way into quite a popular Disney film. I’ll drop only one hint. ...Ariel... Does ‘Little Mermaid’ ring a bell? This beautiful Swiss structure inspired the home of Prince Eric, the royal hero who ended up marrying Ariel. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ One-eyed Maestro : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axUhLTD19xo For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest

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