Sleeping Beauty Castle, the main entrance to Fantasyland, is the most photographed building at Disneyland.
Standing at 77 feet tall, the graceful spires and towers were inspired by Disney's 1959 animated feature, Sleeping Beauty.
The fairy tale Castle may look like the real thing, but it is actually made out of steel beams and fiberglass, not bricks.
When the moat is dredged, any money retrieved from it is given to charity.
Inspired by medieval villages of France, Germany, Switzerland and England, the architecture features the picturesque timbers and tiled rooftops of fairy-tale cottages and castles.
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