for four days of mourning was vital for revenue. The closure from November 14-17 was a first for the attraction which opened in 1992.
But even before the terrorist attacks last year, the Euro Disney company was having trouble.
In January 2015, after Euro Disney had been seeking to restructure the business for years, shareholders approved a re-capitalisation plan to raise one billion euros to revive the struggling theme park burdened by huge debt as well as falling visitor numbers.
The shareholders voted in favour of a series of measures including 420 million euros cash injection of fresh funds from the US parent group, The Walt Disney Company.
But on 18 November last year, five days after the Paris attacks, Riyadh-based Kingdom Holding Co, owned by a Saudi prince, announced a donation of 49.2 million euros (around R830 million at R15.86/$1) into Euro Disney, showing that modern day miracles still do happen.
Despite the dip in numbers and revenue, Disneyland Paris remains the most visited theme park in Europe, with 14.8 million visitors in 2015, according to Euro Disney's annual report.
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The magical castles, enchanted forests and wonderlands found in our favourite Disney movies may we works of imagination, but some of these fairy tale locations are actually rooted in real-life.
Like the donation from a Saudi prince, many Disney fairy tales were once inspired by their own princes, princesses and real life royal locations.
Check-out these five fairy tale places that turned out be to real:
Fairy tale location: The Sultan’s Palace
Actual place: Taj Mahal, Agra, India
Fairy tale location: Paradise Falls
Actual place: Angel Falls, Venezuela
The Princess And The Frog
Fairy tale location: The bayou of New Orleans
Actual place: Louisiana bayous, USA
Fairy tale location: Kingdom of Corona
Actual place: Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France
Beauty and the Beast
Fairy tale location: The Beast’s castle
Actual place: Chateau De Chambord, Loir-Et-Cher, France