Just Take a Look at the Filming Locations From Iconic Movies and Series

Today, it’s possible to create a real-looking location with CGI. But many directors prefer creating their masterpieces not in buildings with green walls but in the most picturesque places around the world. We have found the castles, restaurants, and natural landscapes you might have seen in the popular series and movies of recent times and have compared what they look like in life compared to their on-screen versions.

House of the Dragon — Driftmark / United Kingdom, Cornwall, St Michael’s Mount

Witcher — Lake District / Cumbria, North West England

The Rings of Power — Woodhill Forest / The Piha Beaches — West Coast of Auckland

Call me by your name / Sirmione — Lombardia, Italy

  • Today I visited Sirmione. The place with the ruins. Please enjoy my point of view together with the movie’s point of view. © the_science_snitch / Reddit

Fall / The Mojave Desert — the Sierra Nevada mountains, the United States

The Lost City / Salto de Socoa waterfall in the rainforest, Monte Plata, Dominican Republic

X-men / Hatley Castle — Colwood, British Columbia, Canada

Captain Marvel / 225 N Hill Street, Los Angeles, the United States

The Lighthouse / Nova Scotia, Canada

Ghosts (UK) / West Horsley Place — Surrey, England

Catherine Called Birdy / Stokesay Castle — Shropshire, England

Downton Abbey: A New Era / Highclere Castle — Hampshire, England

The Good Place / The Getty Center — Los Angeles, the United States

Under the Silver Lake / The Griffith Observatory — Los Angeles, the United States

Upload / Mohonk Mountain House — New Paltz, the United States

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood / Regency Village Theatre — Westwood, Los Angeles, the United States

Which of these locations would you love to see with your own eyes?

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