Stunning Disneyland Facts


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1. From groundbreaking to opening day, Disneyland was built in just 365 days.
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2. Each year Disneyland uses over 5,000 gallons of paint to maintain the clean appearance of the park.

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3. Every night after closing, Disneyland releases 200 cats into the park to help keep the rodent population under control.
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4. When Disneyland was first built, it was supposed to include a ride based on the Wizard of Oz.

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