Range Tracking

Teutonic Maelstrom

The Norway and Germany Pavilions respectively at Disney World’s EPCOT World Showcase are heavy with Scandinavian and German architecture mixing different ages.
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Looking down the main concourse into the Norway Pavilion.
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This house looks like it would be cozily warm during a harsh Norwegian winter. In Florida, not so much. This is part of the Royal Sommerhus and is related to the Disney Frozen movie tie-in transforming the Norway Pavilion for better or for worse.
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Facades suggestive of the historical architecture in Bergen.
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The Viking standing guard at the entrance to the Norway Pavilion keeps his thoughts to himself but the expression on his face says a lot.
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Reproduction of a medieval Stave Church.
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The Norway Pavilion at night.
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People pack the approach to the Germany Pavilion.
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The yodeling was mind-boggling.
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Looking into the Platz or town square.
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St. George kills the Dragon with a mix of Germanic architecture as a backdrop.
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The Germany Pavilion at night.
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The Germany Pavilion at night.
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Figures reminiscent of those on the Historical Merchants’ Hall (Historisches Kaufhaus) built in the 1500s in Freiburg, Germany.

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