10 real destinations in Disney cartoons
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10 real destinations in Disney cartoons

Animated films produced by Walt Disney often cost hundreds of millions of dollars and have dreamlike settings.

1. The Kingdom of Arendelle – Frozen movie

The Kingdom of Arendelle from the movie Frozen is located in Norway in reality.

Considered one of the most popular cinema works of all time, Frozen (Frozen) is set in the village of Trøndelag (Norway) to design the kingdom of Arendelle in the film.

2. Beast’s Castle – Movie Beauty and The Beast

10 real destinations in Disney cartoons

The Beast’s castle in the Loire Valley (pictured above) and the town of Alsace in real life.

The main setting in the movie Beauty & The Beast is the Beast’s castle – where the beast holds beauty captive.

In addition, in the movie, a town – where the beautiful Belle always tries to escape – actually exists and is called Alsace (France), near the German border.

3. Angel Falls – Movie Up

10 real destinations in Disney cartoons

Angel Falls in the movie Up was used by Disney filmmakers as a prototype from real scenes in Venezuela.

In the movie Up, the main character – old man Carl, wanted to fulfill his old promise to his late wife, so he tried every way to get to Angel waterfall.

In real life, you can easily find the waterfall in the memory of the old man in Venezuela, located in Canaima National Park and also called `Angel`.

4. Simba’s Land – Lion King Movie

10 real destinations in Disney cartoons

Serengeti National Park is the land of Simba in the movie The Lion King.

Almost every child has grown up with fond memories of the animated film Lion King.

5. Princess’s Castle – Sleeping Beauty Movie

10 real destinations in Disney cartoons

Although construction has not yet been completed, Sleeping Beauty’s castle is still open to guests.

Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria (Germany) is the inspiration for the setting of the animated film Sleeping Beauty.

6. Aladdin’s Castle – Movie Aladdin and the magic lamp

10 real destinations in Disney cartoons

The castle of Aladdin and Princess Jasmin has many similarities to the Taj Mahal mausoleum.

The castle in the movie Aladdin and the Magic Lamp was inspired by the Taj Mahal, located in India.

7. Ancient City – Movie The Princess and the Frog

The street scene of New Orleans was recreated in the movie The Princess and the Frog.

The Princess and the Frog is set in New Orleans (USA) in the 1920s and becomes the highlight throughout the film.

The decision to build the scene in this city once raised mixed opinions.

8. Royal Palace – Movie Tangled

Mont Saint – Michel castle in Normandy (right) and the cartoon version (left).

Tangled is an animated film about a princess with long golden hair who went missing from the royal palace when she was a child.

9. Small Town in Kaui – Movie Lilo and Stitch

The beautiful beach on Kauai (right) appears in the movie Lilo and Stitch (left).

Set on the island of Kauai (in the Hawaiian archipelago), Lilo and Stitch is one of the few Disney animated films inspired by modern life.

10. Scotland – Movie Brave

The colors and natural scenery in the movie Brave (left) are quite similar to real life in Scotland.

The animated film Brave is about a Scottish girl with a strong, somewhat rebellious personality.

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