By RYAN PEREZ-MITCHELL, Associated Press DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The centerpiece of the Disneyland’s butterfly wall has been closed, and now visitors are hoping the mystery surrounding its construction can be solved.
The butterfly wall, a giant sculpture made of butterfly wings, was unveiled Tuesday to celebrate the park’s centennial.
It has been at the park since 1875.
Its construction is shrouded in mystery.
There’s speculation that the butterfly wings were created by animators working for the park, while others say it was actually created by a French artist.
There are two wings in the sculpture, one above the other.
One wing is shaped like a winged dinosaur.
It’s attached to a platform by chains that are attached to the back of the sculpture.
The other wing is a butterfly that is a part of the butterfly mural.
It hangs from a wall.
It is now closed, with the only information about the butterfly being that it was made by French artist Michel Le Roy.
It was a work of art created by artist Jean-Jacques Rousseau and his wife, Marie-Laurentine Rousseau.
It is a work that has been in the park for nearly 100 years, but there has been no official word about when it will reopen.
The butterfly wall was designed by French art and landscape architect Jean-Louis-Rousseau.
He and his sister, Louise, are famous for their work in the French countryside.
He died in 2011 at the age of 82.