Many places that were shown in the Star Wars saga actually exist in real life. A place called Puzzlewood that features a grassy and mossy area actually exists in Gloucestershire, England. It looks so fantastical that many assume that it was just created by producers for the Star Wars’ set. The igloo that was featured surrounding Luke’s house is also a real place located in Tunisia called La Grande Dune on a dried, salt lake.
- 1982’s “Return of the Jedi” was filmed in real-life location Redwood National Park.
- Krafla in Iceland was featured for it’s scenic attributes in “Rogue One”.
- Canary Wharf Station has been used for it’s chrome and metallic-like features in scenes.
“Plenty of people dream of travel to other planets. But “Star Wars” fans can actually visit locations where many of the films’ most famous scenes were shot.”