ANAHEIM, Calif. --Star Wars fans, brace yourselves! Disneyland just unveiled a brand new image of the Star Wars-themed land in the works.
The image provides a sneak peek of the new attraction, which broke ground in April.
The Disney Parks Blog said the new artist rendering was posted on Monday on the fence along Big Thunder Trail in Frontierland, one of the entry points to this never-before-seen planet in the Star Wars galaxy.
The image shows a thriving port, nestled between towering spires of rock, complete with markets, landing zones and majestic buildings.
If you look closely, you can see the Millennium Falcon peeking out of one of the cargo bays. This provides a little tease for what guests can expect when they visit.
At the time of the ground breaking earlier this year, Disney CEO Bob Iger said one of the rides will give guests a chance to fly the Millennium Falcon.
Back in January, the public got its first glimpse at the future of the park when the first renderings were released of what the Rivers of America will look once the "Star Wars"-themed land is complete.
The attraction is slated to be the largest-ever single-themed land expansion at Disneyland Resort, the blog stated.
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