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Disney Movies Were Inspired From These 15 Amazing Places

Disney Movies Were Inspired From These 15 Amazing Places
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As Disney movie's landscape is most stunning creations in animation. These fantasy worlds are so magical, it seems like these type of place are just imaginary. But, these places are real and around us only.

Below are the places which inspired the Disney movie makers.

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The Fascinating Places

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1. Alsace (France)

1. Alsace (France)
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Alsace is located on France's eastern border.This villages provide the inspiration for Belle's home of Little Town in Beauty and the Beast.

2. Chateau de Chambord (France

2. Chateau de Chambord (France
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The royal Château de Chambord at Chambord France, is most recognizable in the world because of its unique French Renaissance architecture.The inspiration for the beast's castle in The Beauty And The Beast was from this marvelous place.

3. Route 66 (United States)

3. Route 66 (United States)
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U.S. Route 66 is known as Wills Roger Highway. It's 2,451 mi long and most famous in America. Cars are largely based on the scenery.

4. Hotel de Glace (Canada)

4. Hotel de Glace (Canada)
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This place was inspiration behind Elsa's Palace in Frozen.

5. The Forbidden City (China)

5. The Forbidden City (China)
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It was the imperial place in china. It is located in the center of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. Forbidden City wouldn't be built until over 1,000 years later (Mulan is set during the Han Dynasty which lasted from 200BC to 200AD).

6. Chateau de Chillon (Switzerland)

6. Chateau de Chillon (Switzerland)
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The most visited Castle of Switzerland is situated on Lake Geneva. Sitting on the shores of Lake Geneva and the little fortress is believed to be the inspiration for Prince Eric's castle in the Little Mermaid

7. Eilean Donan (Scotland)

7. Eilean Donan (Scotland)
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The Pixar movie Brave was set in the Scottish Highlands, this castle in particular was a big inspiration.

8. The French Laundry (California)

8. The French Laundry (California)
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The French Laundry is a French restaurant located in Yountville. This restaurant is rated as one of the best in the world and was the inspiration for the Paris-based Ratatouille.

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9. Yi Peng Festival (Thailand)

9. Yi Peng Festival (Thailand)
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This is the festival of lights celebrated to bring luck and fulfill all the wish. The inspiration In tangled, when the parents released balloons to commemorate their daughter's death.

10. The Serengeti (Tanzania)

10. The Serengeti (Tanzania)
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The Serengeti ecosystem is a geographical region in Africa. The Serengeti hosts the largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world. It was a huge inspiration behind the Lion King in Disney movies.

11. The Great Barrier Reef (Australia)

11. The Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
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In Finding Nemo, the movie starts off in and around the Great Barrier Reef and ends up in Sydney Harbor.

12. Jackson Square

12. Jackson Square
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Jackson Square is a historic park in the French Quarter of New Orleans. It was declared as National Historic Landmark.

13. Mont Saint-Michel (France)

13. Mont Saint-Michel (France)
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This is an island in Normandy. The home of Rapunzel's parents in Tangled is based on this French commune.

14. Machu Picchu (Peru)

14. Machu Picchu (Peru)
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Machu Picchu is situated in the Emperor's New Groove is set on a very similar mountainside.

15. U-Drop Inn (United States)

15. U-Drop Inn (United States)
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In Cars, Ramone's House of Body Art is based on this real-life hotel along Route 66.

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