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Real Locations That Inspire Disney Animations

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Burcu KAYMAK
Burcu KAYMAK
08/11/2015
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Today we want to introduce you some  places that inspired Disney movies. Everybody loves Disney’s animations, because we love creativity but this animations not just made with pen and paper and one man creativity , all of them inspired from real world.  Creators of the Disney animations use their creativity when creating fictional towns partaken movies they successfully integrated to real locations and fictional together.

Here the best of the best locations that inspire Disney.

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty: Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

Sleeping Beauty’s Queen Castle actually inspired by Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria Germany. Built in 1892 by Ludwig II of Bavaria for tribute to Richard Wagner who is the favorite composer of the Ludwig II. He is also known as Swan King thank to high e-level of  art love. For this reason, Ludwig II covered with great structures.

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast – Alsace, France

Alsace is Germanic region of France and also surrounded by Germany. Famous animation “Beauty and the Beast” inspired from one of the breathtaking place of the France, Alsace. It’s a special place with bright colored roofs and  it mixed with two country’s culture throuhout history.

taj mahal

taj mahal

taj mahal

taj mahal

Aladdin Sultan’s Palace, Taj Mahal, Uttar Pradesh, India

As you guess, Aladdin Sultan’s Place inspired from Taj Mahal located in  northern India. Indo-Islamic work of art. Actuallt Taj Mahal has a sad story. When the Mughal Emperor times, Taj Mahal builted by Emperor Shah Jahan for his beautiful wife Mumtaz Mahal’s memory. Construction  of Taj Mahal took 14 years the  architect was Ustad-Ahmad Lahori.

Tangled

Tangled

Tangled

Tangled

Tangled – Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France

Europe’s major pilgrimage locations give inspiration for Disney’s Tangled The Kingdom of the Corona. This gothic style great work of art castle built by 11th and 16th centuries at the bay between Brittany and Normandy and today stand like a magic in the sea with astonishing rocks.

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