Disney World’s New $1 Billion Star Wars Land Is Nearly Complete, Aerial Photos Shows

Reportedly costing $1 billion, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is slated for completion by August 29.

Several steeples and round-topped towers can be seen in the midst of being built, as construction workers create what will be known as Black Spire Outpost – an imaginary village that will now be an extension of the Star Wars world.

The development team say they were inspired by the architecture of Middle Eastern cities, including Istanbul and Jerusalem. Meanwhile, cranes and excavators can also be seen in the aerial images, with the installation of highly-anticipated and technologically-groundbreaking rides.

A to-scale replica of the franchise’s famous Millennium Falcon starship can be seen in construction near the northwest section of the park.

The land will also feature several restaurants, including Ronto Roasters and Oga’s Cantina, which will be the first Disney venue to sell alcoholic beverage

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