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BelgiumThe fantasy of Disney’s Magic Kingdom has been transported to the train station square in Brugge through Jan. 15 for the annual Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival.

In a thermal tent chilled to a constant 23 degrees Fahrenheit, 40 international artists, inspired by Christmas at Disneyland Paris, have designed a make-believe world. At the end of the attraction is a bar made entirely of ice and snow. The artists carved their creations out of blocks of crystal-clear ice almost 7 feet tall.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily including Christmas. Tickets cost 13 euros for adults, 9 euros for children ages 4 to 12 and free for those under age 3.

See www.icesculpture.be, which has an English option.

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