The world famous Neuschwanstein Castle was used as a depot for the Nazi's stolen art in WWII. They had orders to blow it up, but the SS officer never carried out the orders. timswww.com.au/the-neusch…
Germany's Neuschwanstein Castle served as an inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neu…
The fairytale look of the Neuschwanstein castle inspired Walt Disney to create Cinderella's castle in the 1950 cartoon film. Neuschwanstein is the most visited German castle & also the basis for Disney logo, shown before every Disney film, & the Cinderella Castle in Disneyworld Florida. neuschwansteincastle.net/
King Ludwig II of Bavaria commissioned the Neuschwanstein Castle and paid for it with his own means. Built as an homage to Richard Wagner, the king only spent 172 days in it before his death, after which it was open to public. It was the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neu…
Construction of the Neuschwanstein Castle started in 1869, and has flushing toilets, hot air central system, and hot running water. This very castle was also the inspiration for the castle in Disney's Sleeping Beauty. neuschwanstein.de/englisc…
At the end of the war the German Reichsbank deposited gold in Neuschwanstein Castle, which in the last days of the war was taken to an unknown place. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neu…
The Sleeping Beauty castles in Disney Park were inspired from the real Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany kevinandamanda.com/neusch…
-The Disney Imagineers looked at Neuschwanstein in Germany, Chateau de Chenonceau in France, and the Tower of Alcazar in Spain (among others) for inspiration in their design of Cinderella's castle in Walt Disney World. itats.org/how-did-europea…
There's a museum in Pennsylvania dedicated to musical machines and designed like Neuschwanstein Castle incommunitymagazines.com/…
King Ludwig the Mad built many weird impractical castles all over Bavaria which later inspired the fairy tale castles at Walt Disney parks. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lud…
The castle that appears in the beginning of all disney movies is based on a real castle located in Germany and actually inspired Walt Disney to create the Magic Kingdom neuschwansteincastle.net/
The Alcazar De Segovia was the inspiration for Disney's Cinderella's castle en.rocketnews24.com/2013/…

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