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Here Are the Magical Places in Italy Where Wonder Woman Was Filmed

You'll want to book the trip immediately.
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Pack your bags, because we're all about to take flight to the mythical island of Themyscira. 

To find the perfect location to shoot Themyscira, the island home of the Amazons in Wonder Woman, and the birthplace of Wonder Woman herself, the movie's producers searched all over the world. Finally, they landed on three dreamy locations in southern Italy. Gawk at them and then plan your vacations ASAP.

The first of the locations is a seaside town called Marina di Camerota — feast your eyes on its glory:

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While in Marina di Camerota, the cast and crew stayed at resort called Happy Village. Executive producer Rebecca Steel Roven told Cosmopolitan.com, "All of the Amazons were staying there, [and] all of the crew, and [everybody] had their families with them. It was just an amazing thing to wake up every day and walk down to the beach, and there were all these incredible, strong, capable women on horses in front of and behind the camera. And of course, you know, amazing men too. It was really spectacular. We all became very, very close."

Check out the resort:

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Here's further proof that the Amazons felt right at home in Happy Village:

They also recreated Themyscira in Ravello, Italy:

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And Matera, Italy:

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And here's Wonder Woman herself in Matera!

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And an Amazon too!

From: Cosmopolitan

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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