Abandoned Star Wars Tatooine Film Set Photographs

Jan 23, 2019

Category: Living

Just last month we took a look at some behind the scenes photos from the sets of Star Wars Episode V, and today brings us some more interesting photography from the world that George Lucas created.

New York photographer Ra di Martino was using Google Earth when she accidentally discovered these amazing photos of Luke’s Skywalkers home on the planet of Tatooine. The Lars Homestead has been aging in the deserts of Tozeur, Tunisia for 35 years, but fans will instantly recognizing the sets, which also include some abandoned ruins of Mos Espa (where the annual Boonta Eve Classic podrace was held). Check out the photo gallery below.

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