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5 Baahubali Locations you Should not Miss

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has finally released and the seemingly age-old question of why Kattappa killed Baahubhali has finally been answered. Now that your curiosity has been satisfied, you will take a closer look at the movie and admire the fantastic scenes that you saw in the movie. Doesn't your heart want to scale the semi-CGI semi-real waterfalls like Shivudu did? Don't you want to be at the location where the great battle took place? It is actually possible to visit these places. Although they might not look as spectacular because of lack of CGI, you certainly won't be disappointed. Here are five places, where you can relive the magic of Baahubali series.

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To chill in the forest where Shivudu actually encounters for the first time Avantika would certainly be a treat, wouldn't it? This forest sequence is shot in the hills of Mahabaleshwar which is already a well-known tourist spot. We are sure you never knew the hills could look this spectacular. This deserves another visit into the forest.

Oravakal Rock Garden
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The rock garden is spectacular but it also the place where certain fight sequences were shot. Get your swords ready! This place deserves to see some more dueling. Wouldn't you want a picture taken like that?

Kannavam Forest, Kannur
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Imagine the sound of horses charging through a forest. You don't have to imagine anymore when you visit this place. A lot of sequences from Baahubali: The Conclusion were shot here. What's even more exciting is that Mammootty starrer Pazhasshiraja was shot in the same location.

Ramoji Film Studios
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It has been a long time since Ramoji has opened their doors for the audience to visit their spectacular sets. If you haven't been there recently, this trip is a must. Because guess what, the majority of the shoot took place in these studios. 

Athirappilly Water Fall, Thrissur
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Saving the best for the last, these are the waterfalls that Shivudu scales. Although there was some CGI involved in the final product, these falls, even in their natural avatar, will surely impress you.

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