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The Lost City of Gold
Background Information
First appearance "The Never Night Star"
Latest appearance
Park attractions
Designer
Inspiration
Other Information
Other names
Location Dark-Dark Valley in Never Land
Ruler(s)
Owner(s)
Inhabitants
Visitors Jake, Izzy, Cubby, Skully, Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, Sharky, Bones
Final state Still standing

The Lost City of Gold is a large fortress of legend hidden deep within Dark-Dark Valley featured in the Disney Junior animated series, Jake and the Never Land Pirates. It was later revealed that despite its name, the city isn't made of gold, but gets in name when the fortress is covered from the glow of the Never Night Star.

Role in the series

The Lost City of Gold first appeared in the episode "The Never Night Star". Jake and his crew were star gazing one night on Pirate Island, when they spotted the Never Star shining down upon Never Land. Cubby told the crew that it leads to the legendary lost City of Gold. The young crew set sail to the City of Gold. While they are walking through the woods, Captain Hook and his crew overhears them talking about the City of Gold. He and his crew cut ahead of them and try to slow them down by putting obstacles in their path, but the young pirate team found other ways around the obstacles. Soon, Hook takes a wrong path himself and falls down a waterfall along with the rest of the crew. Jake finds a rock that the light from the Never Star is reflecting off the path and moved it to the right direction. It was pointing down a path, so the crew follows the light until it leads to another rock. The rock shines it right on to the gleaming City of Gold. Jake soon notices that by putting his sword in the way of the light the city isn't made of gold—it is just the light from the star. Captain Hook, however, doesn't believe him. He orders his crew to take every brick from the city, but Jake and the crew scare him away with vines that look a lot like snakes.

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