Location for a classic documentary
WHS that have been used as a location for documentaries of high public and/or critical acclaim.
|Auschwitz Birkenau||Shoah (1985)|
|Decorated cave of Pont d'Arc||Cave of Forgotten Dreams by Werner Herzog (2010)|
|Florence||Days of Destruction (1966), about the Flood of the Arno River and its catastrophic effect on the city of Florence|
|Grand Canyon||One of Walt Disney's “more unconventional and experimental works” is Grand Canyon (1958)|
|Mount Athos||Athos (2016) - "With the help of three Athos monks, "Athos - A Taste of Heaven" tells the story of the island and its inhabitants in a unique filmed diary style." (IMDb)|
|Old Town of Lijiang||Beyond the clouds (1994)|
|Paris, Banks of the Seine||Le Joli Mai (1963) includes the result of 55 hours of footage interviewing people on the streets of Paris.|
|Sagarmatha National Park||The Conquest of Everest (1953), The Climb (2007) and The Man Who Skied Down Everest (1975)|
|Statue of Liberty||Statue of Liberty (1985)|
|Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch||The Eiger mountain can be seen in The Alps (2007)|
|Virunga National Park||Virunga, an Oscar-nominated 2014 documentary film directed by Orlando von Einsiedel|
|Yosemite National Park||Free Solo (2018)|
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