Sets Of Classic Films – Some Abandoned and Others An Attraction

Movie sets are usually demolished after the film is completed. At other times they remain there, but abandoned, and others that have become tourist attractions. Have a look at the places you once saw on the screen and the ones that went on to become tourist attractions and also those that became ghost cities.


Sets Of Classic Films
Popeye Village, Malta – Popular Tourist Attraction


Sets Of Classic Films
Ouarzazate, Morocco – Atlas Movie Studios sets where were made movies such as Ben Hur, Jewel of the Nile and Lawrence of Arabia
Sets Of Classic Films
Ouarzazate, Morocco
Ouarzazate, Morocco – popular set of Atlas Movie Studios for many movies (Ben Hur, Jewel of the Nile and Lawrence of Arabia)
Ouarzazate, Morocco – Abandoned set of the movie “Kingdom of Heaven”.
Ouarzazate, Morocco – filming location for many movies including The Mummy, Sahara, Troy, Gladiator
Warzazat, Morocco – Gas station in the american horror “The hills have eyes”


The Black Pearl from the movie Pirates of the Caribbean, Ko Olina marina in Hawaii


Film studio castle in Tamgaly Tas – Kazakhstan

51 A movie location that you can actually visit can be found here.

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