Photographer's Note

Fort Bravo, is located in the Tabernas desert, in the province of Alméria in Spain, near the small town of Tabernas - due to its similarity with the deserts of North America, it was used from the 1950s until the 1980s for filming many scenes In the 1960s, director Sergio Leone discovered Tabernas and began shooting his numerous hits there, making Tabernas a benchmark in western western cinema - Fort Bravo / Texas Hollywood are the scenarios of the old studios of this western cinema theme where most of these films were made, consists of an American city with a saloon-bar, another Mexican and an Indian camp - The original scenes are 100% preserved in the natural desert landscape, and there are shows representing scenes of western films - The desert of Tabernas, spaghetti, was also scene of many films of other sorts, such as Lawrence of Arabia and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - Fort Bravo video in: https://youtu.be/7XciLGnAbN

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