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What’s in the center of the Star Wars galaxy?

What’s in the center of the Star Wars galaxy?

Star Wars Galaxy: Many people dream of traveling to another planet. But Star Wars fan can visit the location where many of the films, most famous scenes were shot. Most of the Star Wars saga has been filmed on stages in England and Australia. The filmmaker behind the ongoing space had traveled to real-life places to create the alien world of a galaxy far, far away.

The beauty of the star wars is that so much care has been spent making the universe onscreen appears normal for the people who inhabit it. Everything feels real that makes every frame seem like a portal into another world.

Star Wars Galaxy
Star Wars Galaxy

Ajim Tunisia:

George Lucas used various locations of the ferry port town around Tunisia to shoot the exteriors of the desert planet Tatooine. The building was once a bakery and proves a little tricky for fans to find, so look closely while searching. Obi-wan’s home is located near the Mediterranean Sea has a stunning view.

Death Valley National Park, USA:

Many scenes from Star Wars IV: a New Hope and Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi is straight out of Death Valley, particularly from the spellbinding nine-mile tour through a smorgasbord of multicolored geological formations known as artists drive. Notable scenes shot here include the road to Jabba’s Palace and the attack on R2D2. Try hiking through the national park soaking up the incredible geological formation along the way.

Mustafar (revenge of the Sith, Rogue One)

Mustafar is a planet full of lava. Its most famous inhabitant is Darth Vader who seems likely to be the Galaxy least inviting neighbor. The Mustafarian species lived in underground caves that were created by lava fleas. They ate through the planet’s crust and made their armor from the heat-resistant shells of the creatures.

Coruscant

Coruscant; it’s a city and a planet, from Dex’s diner to the Jedi Temple. The earth offers endless sights and activities. It’s recognized as the center of power and culture in the galaxy and home to billions of citizen that live in layer upon layers of the building.

Felucia

Felucia is the jungle plant that saw the death of Jedi Master Aayla Secura in the order 66 montage. The planet is covered with colorful plants and translucent life-forms. If ever you think of visiting, it would be equivalent of going to the Galapagos Islands. You’d need to be careful to tread lightly and leave no trace.

Hoth:

Don’t be turned off by the bitter chill of Hoth. This is an ideal planet for adventurous vacations. Put on the warmest clothes you own, pack food in, and make camp in the remains of Echo bay’s from there, it’s all about snowshoeing and looking for pet tauntauns. The planet Hoth in star wars V: The empire strikes back, is a 16km ice-field in Ulvik municipality which can be visited via a four-hour hike from the lakeside mountain village of fine.  

Mount Etna Italy:

When star wars III Revenge of the sith visited Mount Etna for filming, Europe largest volcano obligingly erupted. Not only is there a memorable fight scene on the slopes between Obi-wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker.one can go solo or take a variety of volcano themed hikes or four wheel drive tours with a company like a volcano trek.

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5 thoughts on “What’s in the center of the Star Wars galaxy?

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  2. This article is riddled with mistakes; in pp. 1, But Star Wars fan can visit the location where many of the films, most famous–film’s most famous . .
    The filmmaker behind the ongoing space (space what?) had traveled to real-life places to create the alien world of a galaxy far, far away.

    The beauty of the star wars (either drop ‘the’, or finish the thought–star wars what) is that so much care has been spent making the universe onscreen appears normal (appear normal) for the people who inhabit it. Everything feels real (Everything feels real, AND that makes [or start a new sentence here]) that makes every frame seem like a portal into another world.
    Ajim Tunisia
    The building (which building?) was once a bakery and proves a little tricky for fans to find, so look closely while searching.

  3. To continue my previous post of the myriad mistakes here: Death Valley: “Many scenes from Star Wars IV: a New Hope and Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi is . .” (“Many scenes . . is”?)
    Mustafar: Its most famous inhabitant is Darth Vader who seems likely to be the Galaxy (Galaxy’s) least inviting neighbor. The Mustafarian species lived in underground caves (Aren’t all caves underground? That’s as redundant as ‘2 twins’.)
    Coruscant: home to billions of citizen(citizens) that live in layer upon layers (layer) of the building.
    Hoth: Put on the warmest clothes you own, pack food in, and make camp in the remains of Echo bay’s from (Bay. From . .) there, it’s all about snowshoeing and looking for pet tauntauns. The planet Hoth in star wars (Star Wars) V: The empire strikes back (Empire Strikes Back)

  4. This finishes it: Mt. Etna, Italy
    When star warsIII (Star Wars III) Revenge of the sith (Sith) visited Mount Etna for filming, Europe (Europe’s) largest volcano obligingly erupted. Not only is there a memorable fight scene on the slopes between Obi-wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker.one can go (Skywalker, one can go) solo or take a variety of volcano themed hikes or four wheel drive tours with a company like a volcano trek.

  5. Dairy of Nomad
    “dairy” has to do with milk and cheese. I think you meant to say “Diary”, which is a daily record. In fact, you may have meant to say “Diary of a Nomad”.

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