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Do you want to build an ice castle... every month? That's what the 60-strong building team at Quebec City's Hotel de Glace have to do to keep their unique accommodation running. The magic of Disney means Queen Elsa of Arendelle, from the enormously successful feature film Frozen, means such a fate doesn't befall her beautiful structure. Frozen's director Chris Buck and the animators took inspiration from the hotel for the fairytale Frozen castle and to gain an understanding of how ice works, with Buck himself staying there as part of a research trip five years prior to the movie's release. The animated ice palace from Disney's Frozen is clearly unrestricted by unforgiving nature of ice but still looks remarkably real Princess Anna marvels at Elsa's castle in the film which is based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Snow Queen TANGLED MONT SAINT-MICHEL, NORMANDY, FRANCE remy hair extensionsFor the updated version of the story of Rapunzel, Disney used the fortified island village and castle of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France, as inspiration for its castle. In the film, apparently the most expensive animation of all time, the towers and Italian Romanesque style abbey were transformed to be the rather elaborate home of Rapunzel's parents from which the heroine is taken. While the film adds more homes to an island that is actually inhabited only by 40 people in real life, the resemblance is uncanny. Visitors can walk to the real one at low tide and take the bridge at high tide - a feature that's made it tricky to invade throughout history. Disney used the fortified island village and castle of Mont Saint-Michel in Normandy, France, as inspiration for Rapunzel's castle The towers and Italian Romanesque style abbey were transformed to be the rather elaborate home of Rapunzel's parents from which the heroine is taken THE JUNGLE BOOK
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ANGEL'S FALLS, VENEZUELA Old man Carl Fredricksen's South American destination, Paradise Falls, in this delightful action-adventure is primarily based on Angel Falls in Venezuela's Canaima National Park. A flight, by hot air balloon if you like, is required to get from Puerto Ordaz or Ciudad Bolivar to Canaima camp, which is the launching off point for a range of river trips to the base of the falls. Not wonder it was such a palaver for Carl and young Wilderness Explorer Russell. The spectacular falls falls drop 979metres and can be seen from 200m away via a lookout that's about a 90-minute hike from the base. A popular part of the hikes is jump off rock ledges at the falls. The target destination for Carl Fredricksen in Up, Paradise Falls, is primarily based on Angel Falls in Venezuela's Canaima National Park Mr Fredriksen and his Wilderness Explorer pal Russell (left) in the brilliant action adventure animation and the fictional Paradise Falls FINDING NEMO THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, AUSTRALIA perruques cheveux Finding Nemo is Marlin the clown fish's journey from the Great Barrier Reef, a World Heritage Site in the Coral Sea off Queensland, to Sydney. The reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, are made up of 2,900 individual reefs, 900 islands across across 344,400 square km and should be seen to be believed and enjoyed before they're gone. The adorable fish in water comedy-adventure finding Nemo begins in the Great Barrier Reef but the wildlife starkly resembles reality Marlin's adventure from the reef to Sydney, away from the safety of the sea anemones (real version right), was a worldwide blockbuster BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
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