Movies that document historic moments or lives are able to somehow use that Hollywood magic to recreate places and scenes we would never imagine was possible. Being able to watch first-hand the sinking of the Titanic or the invasion on D-Day is surreal, and a large part of that comes down to the sets and special effects producers are able to put together that bring those moments from the past to life again.
Whether it's walking through ancient Rome or the Palace of Versailles hundreds of years ago, the filming location helps bring those moments back to life - but how do they actually achieve that realism? The truth is, these period drama movies are not always filmed where we'd expect them to be. Vote up the satellite images of these filming locations that surprise you.
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