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Disneyland Paris is an entertainment resort in Chessy, France, a new town located in the eastern suburbs of Paris.

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This logo was used on most early communication and on Walt Disney Imagineering documents.

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When it first opened, Disneyland Paris was known as the Euro Disney Resort.

Euro Disneyland Paris


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Disneyland Paris (first era)


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On 1 October 1994, Euro Disney Resort changed its name to Disneyland Paris.

“As Americans, the word “Euro” is believed to mean glamorous or exciting. For Europeans it turned out to be a term they associated with business, currency, and commerce. Renaming the park “Disneyland Paris” was a way of identifying it with one of the most romantic and exciting cities in the world.”
Michael Eisner

1994–2002, 2009–present

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Disneyland Resort Paris


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With the opening of Walt Disney Studios Park in March 2002, Disneyland Paris changed its name to Disneyland Resort Paris.

Disneyland Paris (second era)


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On 4 April 2009, the resort reverted back to the name of Disneyland Paris.


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