Where Movies Took Place – Yesterday Quiz

We are following up on yesterday's quiz about the locations where films were shot by giving you the right answers and including our movie picks for this weekend. While watching these you can compare the normal look of the actual locations with the way they appeared in the films.

Film No. 1. Kolja

Úštěk square, Czech republic – the place where Louka’s mother lived / Photo: Shutterstock

Louka’s tower home near Charles Bridge in Prague / Photo: Shutterstock

Film No. 2. The Name of the Rose

Both photos provide views of the Benedictine monastery in Northern Italy where the plot of the movie – based on the Umberto Eco novel of the same name – took place.

Kloster Eberbach, Germany / Photo: Shutterstock

Sacra di San Michele, Piedmont region, Italy / Photo: Shutterstock

Film No. 3. Sophie’s Choice

Both pictures refer to happy moments shared by the trio of Stingo, Sophie, and Nathan.

Coney Island Amusement Park / Photo: Shutterstock

Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, USA / Photo: Shutterstock

Film No. 4. The Usual Suspects

Korean Bell of Friendship, Angels Gate Park, South Gaffey Street, San Pedro, Los Angeles – meeting with Redfoot. / Photo: Shutterstock

San Pedro Harbour with the Vincent Thomas Bridge in the background – the place where the crime took place. / Photo: Prayitno / Thank you for (12 millions +) view

Film No. 5. The Cider House Rules

Ventfort Hall Mansion –the location of the orphanage where Homer lived and helped to look after the other orphans. / Photo: Shutterstock

Film No. 6. Scent of a Woman

Waldorf Astoria, Park Avenue, Manhattan – Charlie Simms and Colonel Slade stay in this luxury hotel. / Photo: Shutterstock

Emma Willard School, Troy, New York, USA – location of Charlie Simms‘s school. / By UpstateNYer – Own workCC BY-SA 3.0Link

Title Photo: IMDB

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