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High Museum, other Atlanta spots featured in Black Panther

Associated Press logo Associated Press 3/21/2018 By BETH J. HARPAZ, AP Travel Editor
This undated image provided by Georgia Tourism shows the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Scenes from the movie "Black Panther" depicting the fictional Museum of Great Britain were filmed at the High. A number of other scenes from the movie were shot in Atlanta and elsewhere in Georgia, according to Georgia Tourism. (Roland Alonzi/Georgia Tourism via AP) © The Associated Press This undated image provided by Georgia Tourism shows the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Scenes from the movie "Black Panther" depicting the fictional Museum of Great Britain were filmed at the High. A number of other scenes from the movie were shot in Atlanta and elsewhere in Georgia, according to Georgia Tourism. (Roland Alonzi/Georgia Tourism via AP)

The blockbuster movie "Black Panther" depicts a fictional futuristic country in Africa called Wakanda. But fans might be surprised to learn that some location shoots for the film were done in Atlanta.

Among the stand-ins: The High Museum of Art was used for an exterior shot of the fictional Museum of Great Britain in London. Atlanta also filled in for South Korea in a couple of scenes.

And the interior of Atlanta's City Hall was used for a post-credit scene where T'Challa addresses the United Nations.

A tour company called Atlanta Movie Tours takes visitors to some locations from "Black Panther" and other films on its Hero Tour and Best of Atlanta Tour.

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