Wo war The Tourist
The Tourist wurde in Paris in Frankreich gedreht.
Fondaco dei Turchi
Szene, in der Elise arrives at the ball.
Szene wurde gedreht The Natural History Museum is housed in the Fontego dei Turchi, built as a palazzo for the Pesaro family in the 13th century. With its imposing Grand Canal façade, it is one of the most famous secular buildings in Venice.
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Scuola Grande della Misericordia
Szene, in der Elise and Frank dance at the ball.
Szene wurde gedreht The Scuola vecchia della Misericordia is a former charity building. The Scuola was built in 1310 and subsequently expanded several times. This location was only used for the interior shots, the exterior was shot at Fondaco dei Turchi in Venice.
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Guggenheim Collection building
Szene, in der Elise and Frank have their first dinner in Venice.
Szene wurde gedreht The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is a museum of modern art in Venice. It is housed in the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni close to the Grand Canal in the Dorsoduro district. This scene was filmed on a floating platform facing the Peggy Guggenheim Collection building.
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The Rialto Market
Szene, in der During the chase in his pajama, Frank jumps down the building onto a stand end up being arrested.
Szene wurde gedreht The Rialto market is a large fruit and vegetable market in the centre of Venice.
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Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana
Szene, in der Frank is held by the Italian police.
Szene wurde gedreht The Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana is a library in Venice. It is one of the oldest libraries in Italy and it houses one of the largest collections of classical texts in the world. You can recognize the location from the view of the Doge’s palace through the window behind Frank.
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Szene, in der Elise visits the headquarters of Interpol.
Szene wurde gedreht The Venetian Arsenal, a complex of former shipyards and armories, was owned by the state and was responsible for most of the naval power of the Venetian republic from the late Middle Ages to the early modern period. It was "one of the earliest large-scale industrial enterprises in history."
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