Turismo da cultura pop



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Os destinos populares incluíram:

Petra, Jordan, where visits went from the thousands to the millions after the climactic scene of the 1989 film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was filmed in Al Khazneh.Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, birthplace of William Shakespeare (1564–1616), receives about 4.9 million visitors a year from all over the world.Wimpstone, Warwickshire, England, where the original series of the BBC children's program Teletubbies was shot (1997–2001)Enoshima (Shōnan) and Kamakura district, originally a local tourist spot near Tokyo. Many Japanese anime and manga series, such as Ping Pong (1996), Squid Girl (2007–2016), Tsuritama (2012), Tari Tari (2012), and one-off episodes in other series, took place there. Due to appearance in the opening theme of the 1990s anime series Slam Dunk, an ordinary level crossing of the Enoshima Electric Railway, near Kamakurakōkōmae Station, became popular attraction for tourists, notably from China and Taiwan.Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy, reported inspiration for the titular location of Castle in the SkyMatamata, New Zealand, is the location of The Shire and Hobbiton in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings movie trilogyDubrovnik, Croatia, is the location of King's Landing in the Game of Thrones TV seriesThe former home of Beatrix Potter, popular children's author, is now a museum open to tourists in Near and Far Sawrey, EnglandThe Hunger Games film series was filmed in multiple locations in North Carolina, including the Henry River Mill Village, which housed the Mellark family bakery and the Everdeens’ shanty, and the DuPont State Recreational Forest, where some scenes from the arena were filmed.

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Film tourism, a specific form of pop-culture tourismGrand TourFilm commission, non-profit, public organizations that attract motion media production crews to shoot on location in their respective localities.Overtourism