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Hidden Spire, Sleeping Beauty Castle

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  • [Fun] Hidden Spire, Sleeping Beauty Castle

    Hi,

    I was trying to find the old thread about the spire on the very left of the Sleeping Beauty Castle that's been covered by trees for years and mostly unknown to the public. I could've sworn I saw it on micechat like months to years ago. Or if someone can talk about that and has pics please post them here. Otherwise please close this thread if the link is posted, thanks!

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    Re: Hidden Spire, Sleeping Beauty Castle

    Originally posted by DisneyFreak777 View Post
    I was trying to find the old thread about the spire on the very left of the Sleeping Beauty Castle that's been covered by trees for years and mostly unknown to the public. I could've sworn I saw it on micechat like months to years ago.
    Only a few months ago

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      Re: Hidden Spire, Sleeping Beauty Castle

      The discussion and photos were posted by Andy Castro in his weekly MiceChat column Dateline Disneyland. The column comes out on Mondays, and it was the first or second week after the new Fantasy Faire opened, in late March or early April. The connection to Fantasy Faire is that in clearing the trees and brush for the construction of Fantasy Faire, the view of the west side of the castle including the turret was opened up.

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        Re: Hidden Spire, Sleeping Beauty Castle

        ORWEN: I've always said there were too many trees around the castle--blocking its view. And it doesn't make any sense to me when they build this beautiful thing only to hide it behind trees!!!!

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