Fairytale Castle Which Inspired Disney

Take a look at those pictures of this castle which looks on the famous Disney castle. Don’t you think that it is amazing and looks beautiful? Maybe this one really inspired Disney. Castles are generally mysterious, amazing and beautiful. I suppose that this one have all of those, maybe that is why it inspired Disney for theirs castle. It looks like from a fairy tale, even in winter or in summer. I hope that you will like this amazing castle which inspired Cinderella Castle.  Cinderella Castle is the fairytale castle at the center of two Disney theme parks, the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort and Tokyo Disneyland at the Tokyo Disney Resort. Both serve as worldwide recognized icons for their respective theme parks. Enjoy.

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Comments

  1. Stunning pics! Great work.

  2. Wow! That’s quite a sight. I believe (as Wikipedia has told me) it’s called Neuschwanstein Castle and it’s in Bavaria, Germany.

  3. Neuschwanstein/Füssen/Germany

  4. Where is it then?

  5. For those wondering where it is, it’s Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuschwanstein

  6. um, can you give us more info? Where is it? What is it called? Who built it? How old is it? thanks :p

  7. Hi! Awesome pictures, really love it.

    Do you know where I can find this castle? I want to buy it.

    Thanks!

  8. That’s actually one of the most famous castles in the world, Neuschwanstein. It’s not like some crazy phenomenal thing just discovered by the world. lol.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuschwanstein

  9. I love that you can’t even tell us where this castle is!!!!
    ps. I actually know. but I’m not going to tell you

  10. Neuschwanstein Castle (German: Schloss Neuschwanstein, lit. New Swan Stone palace; pronounced [n????va?n?ta??n]) is a 19th-century Bavarian palace on a rugged hill near Hohenschwangau and Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany.

    wikip.

  11. Very beautiful.

    Just a shame they are of such poor resolution.

    I’d love to see the original fullsize photos

  12. it did inspire disney….

    It’s castle neuremberg.
    cinderella’s castle is based upon this castle.

  13. Why don’t you ever tell us where these places are? The pictures are nice, but it’d also be nice to know what part of the world we’re looking at, don’t you think? Maybe provide a link to wherever you stole the pictures from, or provide a little more information?

  14. Where is this place?

  15. german dude says:

    this castle is called neuschwanstein and lies in southern germany

  16. wow.

  17. That is amazing. Its so pretty. I really like the ones with the clouds and fog around it. It looks as if its floating in the sky.

  18. where is this located

  19. Near Munich, Germany. It ‘s called Neuschwanstein Castle – it was also the inspiration for Tsjaikovsky’s Swan Lake

  20. This is Schloss Neuschwanstein. It’s located in Bavaria Germany.

  21. it’s located in bavaria, germany. schloss neuschwanstein .

  22. Orlando, Florida. :)

  23. Actually, Austria or Germany. I forget which.

  24. Neuschwanstein (castle) is located in Bayern, Germany.

  25. which place is this…too good to be true

  26. new jersey

  27. This is Castle “Neuschwanstein” it’s located in Bavaria, Germany.

  28. Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany. Near Munich.

  29. Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany.

  30. Photoshop

  31. If Im not mistaken this is Neuschwanstein castle in Germany

  32. It is Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, southern Germany. An interesting bit of trivia is that it was never meant to be lived in. The king, Mad Ludwig, who had it built had a fetish for Wagnerian Opera. He had it built in the late 1800s to replicate scenes from various operas by Wagner. In fact the castle was designed by a set designer not an architect.

  33. Yes you are correct the fabled cartoon outline Disney castle was taken from this very image.This castle and I know I won’t spell it right is Neishwanstein catle nestled in the hills of the famous Black Forest of Germany.The only reason I know such info is I lived in the Black Forest in Germany as a young girl and have been to this very castle which belong to a king by the name of King Ludwig.

  34. Stunningly beautiful. One day I ll get married here. No really. It ll happen.

  35. Totally Awesome! :>)

  36. King Ludwig ended up in an insane asylum when he bankrupted himself and went into debt building that castle and others near it. At least that’s what my tourguide told me when i was there.

  37. multiglot says:

    No, not Austria (Austria is just on the other side of the mountains). No, not Black Forest. (Black Forest is in South WEST Germany, not South EAST) No not New Jersey or Orlando. Yes to Füssen, near München (Munich), in Bavaria, in Germany. The Castle was not even completed until 10 years after the Ballet Swan Lake was composed. Swan Lake was actually based on Russian Fables and Fairy Tales. King Ludwig had a “thing” for Swan symbolism. There is much swan imagery in Linderhof, Chiemsee and the next door neighbor to Neuschwanstein, Hohen Schwangau.

  38. How much do you think this castle would cost if you wanted to purchase it?

  39. Can you imagine how long it would take to save up the money in order to buy this property?

  40. I visited Neuschwanstein castle on a family trip through europe a few years ago. The most interesting thing I remember was Ludwig’s obsession with swans. the door handles were swans, the ceiling had swans on it, the walls had swans, I even bought a stein that has a picture of him with swan emblems at a small town near there.

  41. King Ludwig says:

    NEIN! the castle ze ist not for sale!

    Only the swans may have dis… the beutiful swans!
    Anyvone who tries to buy ze castle vill have de swan featers in de eyes!

    booga booga boogie

    King Z, Linderhof Asylym.

  42. I too visited this castle as a kid. It was beautiful, and very interesting, as was the story of the King who built it.

  43. Looks a lot like Hogwarts from Harry Potter, doesn’t it?