Imagine a place so beautiful that it makes you think it doesn’t belong in this world. There are places in every country that seem to have been taken straight out of a fairy tale. These charming villages, ancient castles, and deep forests have served as inspiration for movie designers and producers to create kingdoms that marvel us on screen, and today we’re taking a tour of some of them.
1. Beauty and the Beast
Say bonjour to Alsace, the French region famous for its picturesque villages. The film was based on the original story written by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, a French writer from the 19th century. So Belle’s “small provincial town” is, in fact, a small provincial town. The producers picked villages like Colmar and Eguisheim to portray Belle’s town and we can only say the result would’ve highly pleased Miss Barbot de Villeneuve.