You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality. Famously said by Walt Disney, are not only just words but also appear in Walt Disney movies.
Conversely, sometimes real-world locations appear in the movies portray as an imaginary world and also show that Disney can also make reality into dreams.
These unique and unusual locations seen in the movies eventually become a Disney’s iconic location and also its real-world counterparts are overshadowed by Disney’s artist creative addition to it.
5. The Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
Neuschwanstein Castle was a Bavarian castle in the 19th century. The fortress is located above the German mountains and was built by Ludwig II of Bavaria.
If you love watching animated films made by Disney, you must already know this castle always appear at the very beginning of every Disney movie.
4. The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Remember the struggle of a clown fish looking for a child in the movie “Finding Nemo”.
Yes, The Great Barrier Reef is the main source of inspiration for animated filmmakers by blending colorful coral reefs and unseen underwater life in the abyssal zone are truly ineffaceable in our mind.
3. The Taj Mahal, India
The Taj Mahal, a monument located in Agra, India, built by the king Shah Jahan to commemorate his late wife. This wonder of the world also appears in Disney movie, “Aladdin”, as The Sultan’s Palace.
2. The Alcazar de Segovia, Spain
Alcazar de Segovia is the most famous palace in Spain. Initially, Alcazar was built for use as a fortress, but in practice, it was used as a royal palace, prison, and military academy.
Today, the fort is a museum and military archive. This beautiful castle is a source of inspiration for the castle in the Disney animated film “Snow White”. The Alcazar is also known as the Cinderella fortress.
1. Hotel de Glace (The Glass Hotel), Canada
Hôtel de Glace is a stunning yet ephemeral work of art and architecture entirely built of snow and ice. The similar concept inspired by the Frozen filmmaker in 2013, where “de glass” ice cube hotel portrayed as Elsa’s ice castle.