Sad Hill Cemetery (Spanish: Cementerio de Sad Hill; Italian: Cimitero di Sad Hill) is a tourism site and former film location designed by Carlo Simi in 1966, and built by the Spanish Army.
It was where the last sequence of the film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) was filmed. 49 years after the filming, the cemetery was rebuilt. The reconstruction was recorded in the documentary Sad Hill Unearthed (2017), by Guillermo de Oliveira.
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