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Eurovision 2022: All the postcard locations are revealed

All the locations where footage was filmed for this year’s Eurovision postcards have been revealed. The postcards are the 40 second videos which are shown during the introduction of an entry. Some years the postcards are about the host country, other years they are about the country of the entrant, and during some years they are about a chose theme, i.e. the arts.

Partially remotely

This year’s postcards are filmed partially remotely. Some of the scenes were filmed on the most picturesque places in Italy, and others were filmed remotely in the entrants country of origin, sometimes in front of a green screen. Reason for the “remote” approach is probably to limit traveling to avoid a new outbreak of COVID-19. Last year, in Rotterdam, we also saw this approach; last year’s postcards were about the place we had all stayed in during the worldwide pandemic, and that was in our homes. Apart from all the locations where footage was shot, we do not know about this year’s postcards theme.

The locations and their respective countries

Below you can find a list of the locations of the postcards in Italy linked to the country that it will introduce, in alphabetical order:

  • Albania – Barumini (Medio Campidano, Sardinia)
  • Armenia – Marmore Falls in Terni (Umbria)
  • Australia – MART Rovereto (Trento, Trentino Alto Adige)
  • Austria – Miramare Castle (Trieste, Friuli Venezia Giulia)
  • Azerbaijan – Varenna (Lecco, Lombardy)
  • Belgium – Perugia (Umbria)
  • Bulgaria – Castel del Monte (Barletta-Andria-Trani, Puglia)
  • Croatia – Grinzane Cavour (Cuneo, Piedmont)
  • Cyprus – Monte Cervino (Aosta, Aosta Valley)
  • Czech Republic – Caserta (Campania)
  • Denmark – Procida (Naples, Campania)
  • Estonia – Sacra di San Michele in Sant’Ambrogio di Torino (Piedmont)
  • Finland – Fusine Lakes in Tarvisio (Udine, Friuli Venezia Giulia)
  • France – Cavour (Turin, Piedmont)
  • Georgia – Burano (Venice, Veneto)
  • Germany – Turin Lingotto (Piedmont)
  • Greece – Selinunte (Trapani, Sicily)
  • Iceland – Cortina d’Ampezzo (Belluno, Veneto)
  • Ireland – Matera (Basilicata)
  • Israel – Manarola – Cinque Terre (La Spezia, Liguria)
  • Italy – Mole Antonelliana, Turin (Piedmont)
  • Latvia – Merano (Bolzano, Trentino Alto Adige)
  • Lithuania – Bergamo (Lombardy)
  • Malta – Abbey of San Galgano in Chiusdino (Siena, Tuscany)
  • Moldova – Urbino (Marches)
  • Montenegro – Monte Conero (Ancona, Marche)
  • Netherlands – Ravenna (Emilia Romagna)
  • North Macedonia – Cala Luna in Dorgali, Gulf of Orosei (Nuoro, Sardinia)
  • Norway – Lake Scanno (L’Aquila, Abruzzo)
  • Poland – Scala dei Turchi in Agrigento (Sicily)
  • Portugal – Genoa (Liguria)
  • Romania – Le Castella at Isola di Capo Rizzuto (Crotone, Calabria)
  • San Marino – Rome (Lazio)
  • Serbia – Rocca Calascio (L’Aquila, Abruzzo)
  • Slovenia – Civita di Bagnoregio (Viterbo, Lazio)
  • Spain – Alagna Valsesia (Vercelli, Piedmont)
  • Sweden – Rimini (Emilia Romagna)
  • Switzerland – Termoli (Campobasso, Molise)
  • Ukraine – Florence (Tuscany)
  • United Kingdom – Orta San Giulio (Novara, Piedmont)
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Eurovision Song Contest 2022

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest will take place on May 10th (Semi-final 1), 12th (Semi-final 2), and on the 14th (Grand Final) in Turin, Italy.

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