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    Quiraing, Isle Of Skye

    Film: Macbeth, 2015

    The film adaptation of Macbeth is shot amongst the dramatic landscapes of the Isle of Skye.

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    Glenfinnan Viaduct, Highlands, Scotland

    Film: Harry Potter 2001-2011

    The viaduct features in memorable scenes of the Hogwarts Express making its way to the famous school of magic.

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    Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

    Film: Pride and Prejudice, 2005

    The stately home featured in the film adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, Pride and Prejudice.

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    Lincoln Cathedral, Lincolnshire

    Film: The Da Vinci Code, 2006

    The Linconshire cathedral was temporarily transformed into Westminster Abbey to shoot scenes for the 2006 book adaptation, The Da Vinci Code, starring Tom Hanks.

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    Henrhyd Falls, Brecon Beacons

    Film: The Dark Night Rises, 2012

    The Henrhyd Falls location was used as the Batcave in The Dark Night Rises.

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    Antony House, Cornwall

    Film: Alice in Wonderland, 2010

    Antony House and gardens were used as the location for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Burton chose the location because it fitted his description of a perfect, pocket-sized mansion

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    Osborne House, Isle Of Wight

    Film: Victoria and Abdul, 2017

    This is the set for the recent biopic of Queen Victoria's later years and her taking a shine to one of her servants, Abdul.

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    Selfridges Department Store, London

    Film: Love Actually, 2003

    The famous department store was used in the film, Love Actually, where Alan Rickman attempts to purchase a flashy necklace for his secretary that has to be specially gift wrapped by Rowan Atkinson.

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    Paddington Station, London

    Film: Paddington Bear, 2014

    The much-loved series of children's books is filmed all over London, but the most famous location is the bear's namesake, Paddington Station.

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    Mentmore, Buckinghamshire

    Film: Batman Begins, 2005

    Mentmore Country House was used as Wayne Manor, Batman's alter-ego, in the 2005 film, Batman Begins.

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    Somerset House, London

    Film: Goldeneye, 1995

    The courtyard was used to portray a square in St Petersburg in the James Bond film, Goldeneye. It is also depicted as the Ministry of Defence in Tomorrow Never Dies.

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    Osea Island, Essex

    Film: The Woman in Black, 2012

    Leading from the north shore of the River Blackwater is a tidal causeway to Osea Island. It was used to film the approach to the haunted house occupied by The Woman in Black.

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    St John's College, Cambridge University

    Film: The Theory of Everything, 2015

    The Stephen Hawking biopic, The Theory of Everything, was shot in and around Cambridge, including Cambridge University's most iconic building, St John's College.

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    Dinorwig slate quarry, Snowdonia, Wales

    Film: Tarzan, 2016

    Hollywood A Listers and camera crews descended on the quarry to film scenes for Tarzan, as the mixture of buildings, railway tracks and machinery made an interesting backdrop for the jungle scenes.

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    Derwentwater Lakes, Keswick, Lake District

    Film: Miss Potter, 2006

    Derwent Water was a popular holiday spot for Beatrix Potter and the beautiful lake was featured in the biographical film about the children's author.

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    Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland

    Film: Trainspotting, 1996

    In the opening scenes of Trainspotting, Renton and Spud are seen fleeing down Princes Street after a shoplifting expedition goes wrong.

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    Hawley Woods, Hampshire

    Film: Avengers: Age of Ultron, 2015

    The blockbuster Avengers sequel had scenes filmed in Hawley Woods. Part of the woodland was transformed to accommodate the winter battle scene with fake snow, massive tanks and a bunker.

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    Dorset and Hampshire

    Film: Dunkirk, 2017

    The Quay in Weymouth was used in Christopher Nolan's recent retelling of civilian involvement in the mass evacuation of 400,000 allied troops stranded on the beaches in Dunkirk. Shots of the Custom Quay are used to show civilians taking to their own boats to go and rescue the troops.

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    Portsmouth Dockyard, Portsmouth

    Film: Les Misérables, 2012

    The opening scenes of the musical were filmed on the historic dry-dock in Portsmouth.