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Gran Hotel Ciudad De  Mexico  Spectre (2015)

Spectre kicks off with enormous confidence and a stonking teaser sequence (seemingly influenced by the legendary tracking shot which opened Orson Welles’s Touch Of Evil) set in Mexico City during spectacular El Día de Muertos (Day Of The Dead) celebrations.

Blenheim Palace london Spectre (2015)

The exteriors of the Blenheim Palace in Woodstock (Oxfordshire), were doubling for Palazzo Cadenza in Italy. Here is where the Spectre meeting takes place.

    Village of Obertilliach Austria  Spectre (2015) The Ötztal Glacier Road of this section of the Austrian Alps, was used for scenery in an action chase sequence.

  ICE Q Restaurant Austria  Spectre (2015) Bond finds himself obliged to protect White’s daughter, Dr Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), who works in an Alpine clinic which recalls the mountaintop retreat of Blofeld

  City Hall London Spectre (2015) Right on the other side of Thames river is the new Centre for National Security. It is CGI-made, but its interior had been filmed in the London City Hall.

 

Hashima Island, Japan SkyFall (2012)

The secret lair of Raoul Silva, the dandy but deadly cyberterrorist played by Javier Bardem. And as we unravel the dark history of the island, Hashima’s sinister new movie role will begin to make perfect sense.In the panoramic shots of Mr. Bond approaching Hashima by boat, it’s clear to see why this great slab of concrete sitting in the middle of the ocean with sinister high-rise buildings sprouting from it has been nick-named “Battleship Island”. In fact, the island looks so much like a battleship that it was actually torpedoed during World War II by American submarines.

Varda Bridge, Turkey SkyFall (2012)

Spectacular stunts climaxing in that perennial favourite – the fistfight on top of a speeding train.Under orders from M, Eve reluctantly takes a difficult shot which unfortunately sends Bond plummeting from a 300-feet-high railway arch.

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