New designs have been added to the columns of the porte-cochére at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, which opened last year as part of a major reimagining of the resort’s entrance.
The porte-cochere is supported by eight brown columns.
The new orange designs have been added to all eight columns.
The designs run in rectangular strips on each side of the columns.
They are inspired by geometric Polynesian designs.
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