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Watch These U.K. Landmarks Get Disney Makeovers!

Disney commissioned silhouette artist and photographer Rich McCor to work the company's beloved characters into some pretty iconic landscapes.

His trip took him all around the U.K. - from the London Bridge (Peter Pan) to Glasgow's Clyde Auditorium (Finding Nemo).

Here, Belle and her Beast travel to Liverpool, England to enjoy a little slowdance on the docks.

And who DOESN'T see a cliff and automatically think of The Lion King?

Sully takes a little break outside the Wales Millennium Center.

Gateshead Millennium Bridge in Newcastle is a perfect place for three friends like Simba, Pumba, and Timon to strut their stuff.

Scotland's famous Finnieston Crane is the perfect size to 'claw up' this particularly large Toy Story alien.

And, of course, what would a proper Disney trip be without taking a trip out to Paris to visit Quasimodo and Notre Dame?

You can check out even more of Rich McCor's quirky cut-outs on his official Instagram.

Which one was your favorite? Where should he take Disney characters next?

Personally, I think it'd be funny if he took the seven dwarves to one of England's famous old coal mines!

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rafeekee holding simba was best..wish he would have found a spot for Robin Hood.. the fox
or in a..foxhole haaaa
@YourConscience It would've been cool to throw him in a forest or in front of an old castle.
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