Beautiful and strange locations made famous by movies

Maya Bay, Thailand: The beach is closed in order to revive the area's marine ecosystem, so travelers hoping to visit the famous creamy white sand beach.

Matamata, New Zealand: New Zealand's breathtaking landscapes, like Mount Ngauruhoe, made the perfect backdrop for 'The Lord of the Rings' and 'The Hobbit.

Petra, Jordan: Also known as the Canyon City from 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,' this city carved into rock isn't a Hollywood set.

The park bench in Savannah, Georgia: Probably the most famous bench in the world rests in the historic Chippewa Square.

Hotel Sidi Driss, Tunisia: Located in the underground village of Matmata, this area was used as Luke Skywalker's home in 'Star Wars: A New Hope.

Café des 2 Moulins, France: The French cult film 'Amélie' was a dreamlike celebration of happiness which charmed people of all languages.

Griffith Park Observatory, USA: This Los Angeles landmark was made famous first with 'Rebel Without a Cause,' and then again with 'La La Land.

Napali Coast, USA: This surreal Hawaiian stretch of rugged coast, or the first sights of the fictional Isla Nublar.

Katz's Delicatessen, USA: This New York City staple was where the famous scene from 'When Harry Met Sally' was filmed. 

Barcelona, Spain: Gaudi's Park Güell and the rest of the colorful Catalan city took a front seat in the quirky rom-com 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

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