Transported to California's Disneyland in 1966, "it's a small world" (sic) instantly became a park highlight. Originally designed as the fair's UNICEF pavilion to help promote a message of international harmony, Disney cloned the charming, classic attraction for the Magic Kingdom park at Walt Disney World in Florida (and other Disney parks around the world).
|It's a Small Facade||Time for Signing Dolls||It's a Small Taj Mahal||Blue Hippo|
|Basket Case||Inspired by Carmen Miranda||The Man in the...Sun?||Coasting Around the World|
|Cold War Shout Out||Venitian Dolls|
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