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Star Wars locations people can visit

Yahoo Travel has put together a list of Star Wars locations people can visit, if they are so inclined.

An old Star Wars set in Tunisia is a dangerous tourist draw.
An old Star Wars set in Tunisia is a dangerous tourist draw.

The list doesn't include Tunisia which was the location for the Tatooine scenes in the first film. According to reports one of the sets has become an ISIS hotbed.

The list does include sites in Death Valley, Guatemala and Ireland, among others. Most of the locations don't have a big Star Wars feel to them, though the locations in Spain and Italy for the prequels should be familiar to anyone who has suffered through those films.

Here are the filming locations for the original Star Wars films:

Star Wars: A New Hope (Tunisia, England, Guatemala, California)

Empire Strikes Back ( in Norway; England; Oregon)

Return of the Jedi (Redwood National Park in California; Yuma, Arizona; Death Valley, California; Marin County, California; Smith River, California)

Phantom Menace (Campania, Italy; Tunisia; England)

Attack of the Clones (Campania, Italy; Seville, Spain; Tunisia; England)

Revenge of the Sith (Mount Etna, Italy; Grindenwald, Switzerland; Phuket, Thailand; Tunisia; Guilin, China; England)

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