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Felipe

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Congrats for your blog. I liked the photos.
A minor note: the "bridge scene" was not filmed in Puente la Reina, but (for practical reasons) in another town, (Aoiz), not in the Camino.
There is a webpage about the site of the locations, here
And yes, you can compare the scene in the film at 43:02 with this, in Google Maps.
On the other side, as the movie is a fiction, you can decide that what we call usually "facts" are not really pertinent or interesting :)
 

JohnLloyd

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Congrats for your blog. I liked the photos.
A minor note: the "bridge scene" was not filmed in Puente la Reina, but (for practical reasons) in another town, (Aoiz), not in the Camino.
There is a webpage about the site of the locations, here
And yes, you can compare the scene in the film at 43:02 with this, in Google Maps.
On the other side, as the movie is a fiction, you can decide that what we call usually "facts" are not really pertinent or interesting :)
Congrats for your blog. I liked the photos.
A minor note: the "bridge scene" was not filmed in Puente la Reina, but (for practical reasons) in another town, (Aoiz), not in the Camino.
There is a webpage about the site of the locations, here
And yes, you can compare the scene in the film at 43:02 with this, in Google Maps.
On the other side, as the movie is a fiction, you can decide that what we call usually "facts" are not really pertinent or interesting :)

Thanks for that.

The bridge I thought was used for that scene was La Trinidad de Arre, on the approach to Pamplona, not the bridge here in Puente la Reina.

It looked very similar, apart from the lack of fast flowing water beneath it.

As it was a Hollywood movie, I’m not surprised to find that it isn’t quite as it seemed!
 

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