In the town of Corleone. Sicily, tourists often pose alongside the town’s sign, not realising that the famous Godfather films were actually filmed elsewhere in Sicily.

(Seemingly the shops their still sell bottles of Il Padrino wine. I’ve never understood the fascination with the Mafia though. The good news is that many properties confiscated from the Mafia have been turned into ethical businesses including vineyards and even bed and breakfast. Not so much Cosa Nostra, as Casa Nostra.)

Source – BBC News