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From time to time, from the Hollywood's kitchens, a movie gets released that inspires us to pack our bags and set off to one of the most beautiful destinations, which has gained fame in a specific movie. This is a list of 8 movies which will maybe encourage you to begin a journey to a nice place.

'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' - Petra, Jordan

Barack Obama in Petra while visiting Jordan
Barack Obama in Petra while visiting Jordan

This is an adventure film by Steven Spielberg in 1989 with great Harrison Ford and Sean Connery in lead roles. After Henry Jones senior (Connery) disappears in a years-long search for the Saint Grail, Indiana has to follow the trails to his father in hopes of saving him, as well as the Grail from the Nazi military machinery. This was the most financially successful film of 1989, after which Petra will surely be among Top 10 destinations you have to visit.

'Born Free' - Kenya

The little shepard
The little shepard

This film has been shot back in 1966 and it followed George and Joy Adamson who lived in Kenya and have taken care of a lion cub. Beautiful landscapes full of wild animals, especially big cats in their natural habitat, inspired many for a travel to Kenya. This film received an Oscar for the best song of 1967.

'The Third Man' - Vienna, Austria

The famous Viennese Christmas atmosphere
The famous Viennese Christmas atmosphere

This film is considered as one of the best in history, and the plot is placed in the Austrian capital - Vienna. 'The Third Man' won an Oscar in 1951.

'Schindler's List' - Poland

Auschwitz as a place of pilgrimage
Auschwitz as a place of pilgrimage

'Schindler's List' is one of the best historical films ever. It is an American epic drama from 1993, directed by Steven Spielberg. Film's plot is about Oskar Schindler, a German businessman who saved more than a thousand lives, mostly Polish Jews, during the Holocaust.

'Annie Hall' - New York, USA

New York is, for many, the center of universe
New York is, for many, the center of universe

'Annie Hall' is an American romantic comedy filmed in 1977 and directed by Woody Allen, who, together with Marshall Brickman, wrote the screenplay. While watching this film, many have fallen in love with New York, according to many - the 'center of the world'.

'All Quiet on the Western Front' - Ypres, Belgium

Tourists instead of soldiers on the beach
Tourists instead of soldiers on the beach

The script for this film raised a lot of stir when it was first published as a book in 1928, and the second time when it was made into a film in 1930. The film tells a story about a German soldier in World War I, and has won an Oscar for the best film in 1930. When they saw where their closest ones fought, Ypres became Belgium's new tourist center.

'I'll See You in My Dreams' - Salzburg, Austria

Where there's Salzburg, there are Mozartkugels
Where there's Salzburg, there are Mozartkugels

This Oscar-winning musical tells a story about Maria, a woman who abandons an Austrian monastery and becomes a governess to children of the navy officer. The film shows some really beautiful shots of Salzburg, and it has even won an Oscar for the best film and the best direction in 1966.

'An American in Paris' - Paris, France

Paris and Parisians - endless inspirations
Paris and Parisians - endless inspirations

This film was shot in 1951, and the plot is positioned in Paris. After watching this film, prepare for saving some money for the trip to Paris - there's no other option!

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