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A real life replica of Elsa’s castle, the princess from the popular Disney film Frozen, is now open for the public to live out their fairy tale dreams in a breathtaking ice structure. The ice castle is located at William Hawrelak Park in Alberta, Canada.

Fans of Disney’s Frozen have the perfect excuse to visit Canada and will be left in awe when they see Elsa’s castle brought to life. You can expect some added features such as ice slides and cave-like tunnels which add an interactive aspect to the castle.

Of course the famous ice throne can be found in the castle and by the night the full structure will be illuminated by different-colored hues – adding magic to the already impressive scenes.

The castle is a temporary structure designed and built by US Company Ice Castles. Andy Holt, shot the incredible footage of the ice castle.

IMG: Kib Kivet/ Caters News Agency

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