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Location filming of Star Wars. Decorations Tatooine.

Not all go deeper into the valley. But there in the middle of the desert is a piece of Ankorheda from the movie Star Wars «The Phantom Menace». Here is a little Anakin ran among vaporators which, incidentally, are there in abundance. This place - fan's dream. Walking here, you can forget that you are on planet Earth, rather than on the distant Tatooine robbery.

I apologize for possible errors in the panorama, as well as pictures of her at all without a tripod, simply holding the camera in my hands.

Copyright: Dmitriy Krasko
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 22000x11000
Taken: 07/09/2009
Uploaded: 07/09/2009
Updated: 02/03/2015


Tags: star wars; tatooine; phantom menace; tunis; tunisia; africa; sand; desert
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