I know we’ve had plenty of fun discussing if Disney Springs is a theme park... but I think I’ve found a proposition that can unite both sides of that debate...
In Cornwall, UK, a footbridge has opened linking the two sides of the ruin of Tintagel castle which are divided by a chasm,l; Tintagel is supposedly linked to Arthurian legend.. The bridge itself is strangely controversial:
It has been welcomed by many and criticised by others. Some have accused English Heritage of the “Disneyfication” of the site. As evidence they point to the bridge and two artworks – a carving of Merlin’s head in the cove and an Arthurian sculpture titled Gallos on the headland.
Can we unite the two sides of the community and agree that a Bridge doesn’t make something a theme park - even if a castle is involved?
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