A new Disney Land story, the Landmark at Walt Disney World, has been added to the Disneyland Resort’s “World of Color” line.
It’s a little bit of an odd pairing for a Landmark story, as it’s not a real Landmark, but a real-world one.
It features a couple from the Land of Oz, who are visiting Walt Disney’s Hollywood Studios for a film shoot.
The Landmark has an actual Landmark sign, but the sign is on the wrong side of the facade and doesn’t have a Star Wars logo, like it does in the original Landmark.
Instead, the sign reads: “The Landmark is here at Walt’s Hollywood studios, to show you just how amazing the Magic Kingdom is.
The sign is located on the left of the entrance to Hollywood Studios.”
This new Landmark does include the Star Wars Star Wars sign.
It doesn’t, however, have the Star Destroyer or the Millennium Falcon in the background.
The original Landmarks land was originally in the Wilderness at Disney’s California Adventure, but it was removed in the 1960s due to a lack of funding.
The new Landmarks Land is at DisneyWorld, with the same signage.
There’s a “Star Wars” logo in the bottom right corner.
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