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Disney’s ‘Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge’ project opens Friday

By Bloomberg
01 June 2019   |   3:26 pm
Walt Disney Co. unveiled the wildly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, providing an early look at the ambitious expansion of its original Disneyland theme park in Southern California. Galaxy’s Edge opens to the public on Friday.

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