Hobbiton Village

Hobbiton is a village with https://lingvanex.com/translation/english-to-tagalog in New Zealand artificially created for the filming of the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogy. The setting includes hobbit dens, landscape elements, and an inn. Today, it is a local landmark, visited by tourists who come just for the sake of this place to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of their favorite movie.

Even the New Zealand Army was involved in the construction of the project, which helped design and build a 1.5 km road and a beautiful stone bridge. Special equipment was used to create billets for the round holes.

When the filming of “The Lord of the Rings” was completed, the village began to gradually fall into disrepair and decay. The situation changed in 2012, when shooting of the next trilogy – The Hobbit – began, which led to the resumption of capital works and restoration of all the exhibits.

When the filming was finished, tourists with https://lingvanex.com/translation/english-to-japanese began to come here, but the place was becoming abandoned and the farmers did not like the crowds. After the last restoration of the village, a special route was laid out for tourists.