This photograph shows the Cinderella’s Castle, the icon of Walt Disney Word Resort’s Magic Kingdom, with a large number of visitors. It was built in 1971 by WED Enterprises. Walt Disney World was planned in the 1960s as a larger version of Disneyland, which opened in California in 1955.
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Amusement Parks -- Florida -- Walt Disney World (Fla.);
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Orlando: Walt Disney World Resort" (1978). Browse All. 807.
amusement parks, Walt Disney World, tourism