The wonderful worlds of Disney cartoons are fictional but inspired they were inspired from places that really exist worldwide. Some of the artists who created animated films for Disney “borrowed” more similarities to the right places, some less, but when you see the differences between the two places, you will believe in magic. Sure, some movies are with traditional stories, so the similarities are even greater. See below all the places that served as an inspiration and remember that a little magic in life anyone could use it is.
# “Sleeping Beauty” – Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria
# “Beauty and the Beast” – Alsace, France
# “Rapunzel” – Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy
# “Aladdin” – Taj Mahal, India
# “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” – the Church of Notre Dame, Paris, France
# “The Little Mermaid” – Chateau de Chillon, Lake Geneva, Switzerland
# “Frozen” – Ice Hotel, Quebec, Canada
# “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” – Castle Segovia, Spain
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