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Incredible Star Wars filming locations around the world: in pictures | skyscanner.com We didn’t spend too much time on Alderaan in the movies. Aside from seeing it blown to smithereens in Episode IV,  planet only received a small bit of screen time in Revenge of the Sith. But  mountainous backdrop during Episode III was memorable as its better known as the Swiss village of Grindelwald.

Incredible Star Wars filming locations around the world: in pictures

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Incredible Star Wars filming locations  Sometimes all you need to film right shot is in your own back yard. George Lucas used Death Valley National Park to its fullest for A New Hope. Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes were used when R2-D2 decided to go out on his own after he and C-3PO crash their escape pod is one of the more notable. Twenty-Mule Team Canyon, which is where our favorite droids walk up to Jabba the Hutt’s palace on Tatooine during Return of the Jedi.

Incredible Star Wars filming locations around the world: in pictures

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Italian photographer Rä di Martino took these amazing pictures of abandoned Star Wars film sets in Tunisia. Using Google Earth, she effectively tracked down decades-old locations such as Luke Skywalker’s Tatooine dome home, the Lars Homestead, for a number of photographic projects. As she observed on her website, “Some of it have now become ruins, [...]

Life after people: Abandoned Star Wars film sets

“Sorry, Luke’s not home…” Abandoned Star Wars Film Sets in the Tunisian Desert by Italian photographer Rä di Martino.

New York-based Italian photographer Rä di Martino first discovered the ruins of the sets of Star Wars and The English Patient near Chott el Djerid in Tunisi on Google Maps. Determined to get a first person view of the location, the visual artist and filmmaker travelled to Tunisia in September 2010 to track down the three Star Wars sets.

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7. Planeta Alderaan (Grindelwald, Suiza)

Grindelwald, Switzerland featured as the backdrop for Planet Alderaan in 'Revenge of the Sith'

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