May 14, 2013 AT 1:00 pm

Abandoned Star Wars Sets in the Tunisian Desert

Artist Rä di Martino went looking for old Star Wars film sets in the Tunisian desert and here’s what she found, via designboom:
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Baked in place by the dry desert heat, the props themselves seem as much like artifacts or relics as any “real” archeological site.
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photos taken E chot el-gharsa, tunisia, 2010
33°59’39 N 7°50’34


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2 Comments

  1. Welcome to Tunisia !

  2. There are other pictures as well:

    http://historiesofthingstocome.blogspot.com/2013/05/generation-x-goes-back-to-future-11.html

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