It's hard to believe, but it was released on December 10, 2001 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring In cinemas. Anyone who wasn't a fan of Middle-earth at this point has become a fan of this highly award-winning trilogy. The setting for this massive fantasy epic was the island of New Zealand. 20 years after the premiere, fans are still making trips to the films' locations and enjoying a piece of literary and cinematic history. For this reason, Tourism New Zealand has released a video showcasing the most beautiful sites in the trilogy.
Regardless of whether you are familiar with this type of fantasy or not, most people have heard the name Frodo Baggins. Many people are familiar with the legendary sagas about the continent of Middle Earth and still want to visit the real locations of Peter Jackson's hit films. Tourism New Zealand now looks at these places from a new perspective. Lord of the Rings fans, get ready for some chills.
In the video, the film crew gets to know Hobbiton, Moria (Nelson-Tasman), Mount Doom (Ruapehu) and Fangorn Forest (Fiordland) from a new perspective. It soon becomes clear that almost no technology was needed to add to this amazing spectacle. She also knows how to cast a spell on you.
Middle-earth regions of our world
the Fiordland National Park It is considered one of New Zealand's most important natural icons, and is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In contrast, the volcanic atmosphere of Tongariro National Parks With the Mount Ruapehu Very depressing. Suitable for throwing a ring into the flames of Mount Doom. the Nelson Tasman region This is especially impressive Kahurangi National ParkWhich contains Mount Olympus and Mount Owen. Experienced eyes will recognize some of the sights from Moorea here. And last but not least, we should go to town They died, they died Come talk to those in the area Waikato condition. The filming location for Hobbiton is located in the idyllic farmland surrounding the town. Find out what awaits you in this collection of films, which has not been closed for a long time here.
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