A video tours the locations in Hawaii, Tunisia, the UK and other places

This is the current state of the places where the first Indiana Jones movie was filmed

Among lovers of exploration, "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981) is a film with many fans and very inspiring.

The Spanish tunnel, now in ruins, made famous by an Indiana Jones movie
An abandoned Spanish airfield that was used as the base for an Indiana Jones movie

42 years have passed since the premiere of that great film, the first of the Indiana Jones saga. Curiously, none of the places where it was filmed coincide with the places where it was set. Jones University in the United States was actually a Masonic women's college in the United Kingdom. Cairo was actually Tunisia, and the opening scene, set in South America, was shot in Hawaii.

Three weeks ago, the channel Gluecement published an interesting video touring the state of the places where that excellent film was shot, including some film studios:

Regarding this fascinating cinematographic saga, remember that the third film, "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (1989), was shot in part in Spain, as an interesting video of Aventuras Entresierras that you can see here.

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