In the desert of Maitmatai, there is an artificially constructed scenic spot that was used as a location for shooting Star Wars. The buildings here are all piled up with loess, and the scene of a desert feels like being in outer space. Recalling the scenes of Star Wars, it was really filmed here, so why not come and visit.
The filming location of Matt Mart's "Star Wars". Matmata is located in a hilly land 450 kilometers south of the capital of Tunisia. This is the main settlement of the Berbers in Tunisia. Known as the capital of caves. Early in the morning, we took the Toyota off-road and ran away, deep into the desert hinterland, to find the location in the "Star Wars" film. Amidst the earthy yellow, there are occasional hillsides undulating, and large pits are distributed among them. The place is now dilapidated, but the scenes and feelings in the movie can still be seen.
In the Gobi Desert on the outskirts of Maitmatai, there is a man-made magical place. There are many earthy houses and some strange buildings, just like coming to an alien world. This is the location of Star Wars. Many scenes can be found in the movie. A Star Wars fan like me is really excited to come here. Every time I visit a place, I want to recall the scenes in the movie. It really seems to have come to an alien planet. It is especially recommended.
This is the location base for several Star Wars movies. It is located in the hinterland of the Sahara Desert, surrounded by deserted areas. It is such a small man-made village, which is very similar to the imagined alien planet. With some Star Wars props here, it feels like It's really like being on other planets in outer space, it feels a bit immersive.
Take a 4*4 off-road vehicle to march into the Sahara Desert and head to Anker Ezmel, where the illusory alien satellites in the American blockbuster "Star Wars" were filmed, and reminisce about the poetic and love of war and love in the Oscar film. Vigorous, but you can also enjoy the excitement of flushing.