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Did you know? Each time you pass from one land to another [in the Magic Kingdom], the landscaping, ambient sound, and architecture change subtly. For example, when transitioning from The Hub to Adventureland, the architecture and landscaping along the front of the Crystal Palace change from Victorian to more colonial style, the design elements on the bridge crossing into Adventureland become more primitive, and the landscaping takes on a more jungle-themed look.
I love these subtle changes and like to take my time and really take them in when passing from one land to the next. I don’t know why, but I always manage to take a picture of this bridge into Adventureland, but I’m never thinking about taking more pictures of the changes!
*This week’s trivia tidbit comes from Susan Veness’ The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom(previously reviewed on my blog here).