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Boasting an impressive array of beaches, diverse natural beauty and historic towns, Tunisia has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Africa. This country is known for the Berber culture and well-preserved Islamic architecture.
"Star Wars" filming locations
Movie buffs can follow in the footsteps of Luke Skywalker in the underground houses that dot the landscape around Matmata. Made famous by "Star Wars", these traditional Berber homes can be found in an arid landscape of southern Tunisia.
In the desert you can still find the buildings that were used for shooting scenes from the fictional planet of Tatooine. The most famous leftover "Star Wars" set is the Hotel Sidi Driss, which was the setting of Luke Skywalker's teenage home. Sidi Bouhlel canyon also acted as a number of locations in Star Wars during scenes on the desert planet of Tatooine. Chenini and the surrounding Tataouine district are also associated with the Star Wars film series.
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