An ultimate travel goal would not be complete if Prague, Czech Republic is not on your list. Prague is one favorite destination that every tourist wants to visit because of the picturesque scenery the place has to offer. In fact, several movies were shot in here claiming they were in different place. But really, they’re filmed just around Prague.
Turkish photographer Bektash Musa captures movie scenes in the exact places they were shot at around Prague. While living in the city, he realized that a lot of movies have been filmed in the area and so he decided to start on this fun photography project. Scroll down to see his work and check out more photos by visiting his Instagram.
#1. The Illusionist.
Vinohrady Theatre was picked to be part of the film Illusionist last 2006.
#2. Eurotrip (2004)
The movie was set in Paris but it was actually shot at the The Rudolfinum.
#3. Van Helsing in 2004 was shot in Charles bridge.
#4. Amadeus (1984), the life story of Amadeus Wolfgang Mozart.
#5. The Wall, just overlooking in the neighborhood is in Loner ( 2000)
#6. The Gate of Vysehrad is the resting place of the most prominent people, also in Amadeus (1984)
#7. The Cremator in 1969.
Across the street in Prague, everything is almost the same considering it’s been 50 years. Nothing much has changed since the film.
#8. Mission Impossible (1996) was shot all around Prague
#9. Protektor (2009) is a movie about a Czech man trying to protect his Jew wife
#10. Everything is Illuminated (2005)
#11. The scene is from Operation: Daybreak (1979)
The church seen in the photo is a sanctuary where Czech rebels used to hide. Now, it’s a museum.
#12. Church of St.Ludmila in Namesti MiruLa for the 2007 movie, Vie En Rose-La Mome.
#13. Another scene from Mission Impossible (1996)
#14. I Served The King Of England (2006)
#15. Anthropoid (2016)
This scene shows Nazi General Reinhard Heydrich arriving in Prague Castle from his trip.
#16. The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003)
#17. Cozy Dens – Pelisky (1999)
#18. XXX’s scene on the Charles Bridge (2002)
#19. Good Soldier Svejk-Dobrý Voják Svejk (1957)
#20. HBO Series Burning Bushes
#21 Immortal Beloved (1994)
#22 The Trial – A scene in front of The Loreta Church (1993)
#23. Blade L1 (2002) Blood Bank Scene
#23 The Trial (1993)
If you have not visited Prague, put it on your bucket list, it is nice to see the place in pictures but it would be more awesome to see it in person.
Disney Animator’s Comics Diary About Losing His Wife is Beautifully Heartbreaking
Read the captions and try not to cry.
Losing a loved one can be a sad, traumatic experience. People deal with the grief differently and for this man, keeping a ‘doodle diary’ has been most helpful.
A former illustrator for Disney, Gary Andrews’ comics about losing his wife and living life as a single father of two is heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time. No wonder his work has made an impact to his numerous followers on social media.
In a BoredPanda feature, we learn that Gary began doing his comics-style journal entries back on his 54th birthday. He was happily married at the time and a father of two children.
Newlyweds Who Connected Through Tinder Share The Same Birthday, Born In The Same Hospital
The stars already linked them 25 years ago!
A newly married man and woman from Louisiana may be a proof that true love lurks in dating apps. However, more than anything, their love story may make those skeptic about destiny reconsider their belief.
While Anthony and Jamie Burkett only got married last April 14, 2018, it seems that the stars already connived long time ago to make sure that they ended up together. After all, apart from sharing the same birthday, they were born in the same hospital, too.
Anthony (left) and Jaime (right) Burkett were both born on January 14, 1993.
Why Is Iceland Green and Why Is Greenland Icy?
This is why I have trust issues…
Countries have interesting origin stories about how they get their names. Generally speaking, country names are either based on the land’s features, a tribe, a person, or even a directional description.
Bahrain, for example, literally means “Two Seas” while United States of America was named after Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci. On the other hand, Norway, as its name implies, means “The Way North” or “The Northern Way” while Mauritania is based on the Mauris, the country’s largest ethnic group.
It’s when we reach Greenland and Iceland that things get really interesting - and a bit confusing!
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