The Mayor of an Austrian town, which inspired Disney's Frozen, is appealing to tourists to respect local residents.
Thousands visit the Alpine village of Hallstatt in central Austria each day, which apparently was the inspiration for Arendelle.
A wooden fence was recently erected on a popular viewing spot in the real-life fairytale village, to block people taking selfies with a lakeside castle.
The BBC reports the barrier has since been removed, but Mayor Alexander Scheutz says he wants to put up a banner to remind Frozen fans that 'people live in the town'.
The area has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1997 and is located beside the Hallstätter Lake and the Dashstein mountains.
Disney's Frozen, which follows sisters Elsa and Ana, is the animation studio's highest-grossing franchise.
The 2013 film's success at the box office was only topped by its sequel Frozen II released in 2019.