Top 7 places that look exactly like the movie but are real in real life

You’ve probably heard far too much about films like Game of Thrones, The Avengers, Avatar,

and The Lord of the Rings if you enjoy watching them. Filming settings so gorgeous that many

people continue to think it is a delightful method coming from the human imagination can be

found in some of these blockbuster movies.

However, the truth is that because our globe is so vast and diverse, they were able to find lovely real

-world scenes to incorporate into the film. It is not an exaggeration to argue that screenwriters and

directors were inspired to create these fantastical realms by the simple beauty of nature. As a result,

you’ll be shocked to see these 10 well-known sites if you assume what you’re witnessing only appears in movies:

1- The renowned Banaue Rice Terraces in the Philippines,

where Thanos slept at the conclusion of Avengers: Infinity War!

The Banaue Rice Terraces are 2,000-year-old rice terraces built entirely by hand by the ancestors

of the indigenous Batad inhabitants in the Ifugao Mountains of the Philippines. These terraces

are situated on the mountainside, close together, and at a height of 1500 meters above sea level.

They occupy an area of 10,360 square kilometers.

2- Mount Mesa in Up is the fictionalized representation of Venezuela’s Mount Roraima.

One of the world’s oldest mountains, Mount Roraima dates back to the pre-Cambrian era roughly

2 billion years ago. This natural wonder, known as “God’s abode on the plateau,” is praised by the

populace for its stunning beauty.

3- The Wisteria Tree in Ashikaga City, Japan, served as inspiration for the strong

avatar in Tree of Souls.

If roses are a representation of romantic love in Western nations, wisteria blooms are viewed

as a symbol of eternal love in the land of the rising sun. The Wisteria Park in Ashikaga City,

Japan’s breathtaking scenery served as another source of inspiration for the Tree-of-Souls in Avatar.

4- The Natural Bioluminescent Lagoon in Falmouth, Jamaica is the source of the

“divine” luminous pond in Avatar.

One of nature’s true wonders is the Luminous Lagoon. Any regular person would at least

“many times” rub their eyes in awe of the beauty before them when the lake’s water and

microorganisms glow at night with a stunning shimmer me.

5- The picturesque Swiss town of Lauterbrunnen and Rivendell Valley from

The Lord of the Rings

Lauterbrunnen, located in a deep valley with 72 magnificent waterfalls that are hundreds of

meters high, is deserving of the title of heaven on earth. Visitors to Lauterbrunnen are mesmerized

by the serene and poetic beauty found here.

6- It turns out that Hallelujah Mountain in Zhangjiajie National Park, Hunan, China,

is the source of the floating mountains in the Avatar blockbuster!

Young people should make sure to visit this famed Hallelujah Mountain as well if they

plan to “look” at the Phoenix Ancient Town. These mountains constantly seem to be

floating in the air with the fog around them, making a pretty but also fantastic image.

7- The Croatian city of Dubrovnik and King’s Landing from Game of Thrones

One of the most popular tourist sites in the Mediterranean is the picturesque, nostalgic

city of Dubrovnik, which is located on Croatia’s southernmost Adriatic coast.

The “Pearl of the Adriatic Sea” is referred to as such and is included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.







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