Born in 1901, Walt Disney was the man behind the famous Disney Studios and the originator of most of the studio’s short and feature film ideas until his death in 1966. Although he did not often actually create new technologies, he often had the instinct and talent to adapt and use them in innovative ways that made his company successful. In 1955, after becoming fascinated with model trains and creating a large ride in his backyard, he came up with the idea of creating the first Disneyland theme park in California and creating innovative new rides. Sleeping Beauty’s castle is the representative building of this first Disneyland park. The five other Disneyland parks opened in Florida, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Paris and Shanghai are also organized around the Sleeping Beauty Castle, although the design is adapted to each country.
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