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Travel Duo Searches for the Actual Places Where Films and TV Series Were Shot

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Traveling isn’t just about taking photos of famous landscapes and the natural environment or finding the best places to eat and drink. For Fangirl Quest from Finland, traveling is also about finding the exact spots that famous films and TV series shot one or a couple of scenes. The girls, Tiia Ohman and Satu Walden, realized that this project of theirs was very popular after they posted a few photos on Instagram and got 60,000 shares in just a couple of weeks. This gave them a new purpose in their trips, not to mention a very important business venture.

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Brokeback Mountain in Alberta, Canada.

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The Danish Girl in Copenhagen.

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Hannibal in Florence, Italy.

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FRIENDS in a KLM airplane. Not the exact scene, since this was a studio, buyt still quite the same.

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Dexter in Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.

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Stranger Things in Emory University Briarcliff Campus, Atlanta.

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Breaking Bad in Tohajiilee Indian Reservation.

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Birdman in New York City.

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Game of Thrones in Northern Ireland.

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Hidden Figures in Collins Memorial United Methodist Church in Altanta.

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Parks and Recreation in London.

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Deadpool in Vancouver, Canada.

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One of the things that almost nobody considers when watching a film is the locations. These places were not chosen by lack. They were scouted for for weeks and maybe months until they were deemed suitable for shooting, with location managers traveling the world to find them.

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