Poster The Return of the Musketeers 1989

Where was The Return of the Musketeers filmed

1989, Comedy Action Adventure Romance
Filming country: Spain

The Return of the Musketeers was filmed in Madrid & Toledo in Spain.

Locations

Courtyard

Toledo

Scene was shot Hospital Tavera was constructed for Cardinal Tavera outside the walls of the Old City of Toledo. Its construction began in 1541 under the supervision of architect Alonso de Covarrubias and was completed in 1603 by Bartolomé Bustamante. It currently houses a small art museum and historical archive.

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Plaza in front of Cathedral

Toledo

Scene was shot The Primatial Cathedral of Saint Mary of Toledo is a High Gothic Roman Catholic church constructed in the 13th-century. It began construction in 1226 and was finally completed when the vaults of the central nave were added in 1493. The church was constructed on the remains of the city's old mosque, which in turn was constructed on the remains of an even older church.

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Palace

Madrid

Scene was shot El Escorial was the historical residence of the King of Spain which was constructed between 1563 and 1584 for King Philip II. It was designed by Juan Bautista de Toledo in the Renaissance style, and is the largest building of that style in the world. The building also housed a monastery of Catholic Hieronymite monks and more recently the Order of Saint Augustine. A few kilometers away is La Granjilla de La Fresneda, a hunting lodge and monastic retreat that is associated with the main complex.

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Retreat

Madrid

Scene was shot Encompassing the Palacio de la Fresneda and surrounding grounds, this private royal park was constructed for King Philip II in the 16th century as a recreational estate near the Monastery of El Escorial.

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