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  • The Phantom Menace - Site of Darth Maul and Qui-Gon's Duel on Random Star Wars Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#16) The Phantom Menace - Site of Darth Maul and Qui-Gon's Duel

    If you head west about 300km from Tatouine (yes, there is a real town called "Tatouine," for which the planet Tatooine is named), you'll come across the Yardangs. The Yardangs are a stunning tourist draw in their own right, with unique sandstone formations and gorgeous landscapes. But it also happens to be the place where Darth Maul and Qui-Gon Jinn had their duel in The Phantom Menace.

  • Return of the Jedi - Sarlacc Pit on Random Star Wars Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#7) Return of the Jedi - Sarlacc Pit

    Remember in Return of the Jedi when Boba Fett, the most badass bounty hunter in the galaxy, is unceremoniously taken out by a giant sand pit with teeth? The great pit of Carkoon is actually the Yuma Desert's Buttercup Valley, located in Arizona. Though they didn't actually blow up the barge there, it doesn't stop hungry fans from looking.
  • The Force Awakens - Luke's Location on Random Star Wars Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#2) The Force Awakens - Luke's Location

    Almost the entire runtime of The Force Awakens is dedicated to finding Luke's location. But you don't have to work quite that hard. The island, Skellig Michael is located just off the coast of southwest Ireland and home to a 17th century monastery. It's a beautiful place with stunning views, just 12 miles off the coast. But be respectfully while you visit not only is the monastery itself from the 17th century, the whole place itself is a World Heritage Site.
  • Return of the Jedi - Road to Jabba's Palace on Random Star Wars Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#17) Return of the Jedi - Road to Jabba's Palace

    If you live in the United States and can't afford a trip overseas, but still want to visit that galaxy far, far away there are a few stateside sets to trek to. Most of Tatooine was shot in Tunisia, but a few scenes were actually shot in Death Valley. Specifically, Death Valley's Twenty Mule Canyon was used as the road leading to Jabba's palace, where we see R2-D2 and C-3PO traveling along.
  • A New Hope - Jawa Gully on Random Star Wars Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#14) A New Hope - Jawa Gully

    This little pocket of Tunisia is now known locally as Star Wars canyon. You can walk through the canyons where R2-D2 was captured, and maybe even spot some Jawas yourself. This site is rich with film history; it was also where they filmed scenes for Lawrence of Arabia and Indiana Jones.
  • (#12) Attack of the Clones - Amidala's Palace, Exterior

    While the interior of Queen Amidala's palace was shot in Italy, the exteriors were shot in Spain. The Plaza da Espana (Square of Spain) was built in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition. It features over half a mile of tiled fountains, endless orange trees, and a half circle moat with four bridges. You really have to see this place to believe it.

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Although the stories in the Star Wars series are set in galaxies far away from space, many of the filming locations are actually real locations that people can visit. The saga of Star Wars is filmed all over the world, which means that fans can not only watch it on the big screen but also have the opportunity to visit again in real life. 

From vast salt hills to charming villages, the random tool introduced 18 famous Star Wars set in the real world, such as the Royal Palace of Caserta, which was once the set of two Star movies. 

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