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Liz Taylor Destinations

Before there was Liz and Dick, there was Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, born in a London suburb. Relive the extraordinary life of the film icon, whose passion for life was matched by her many travels.

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Pebble Beach, California

A year later, Taylor became a full-fledged star with the release of National Velvet. Much of the film was shot in this small coastal resort destination in California, which owes much of its picture-perfect scenery to granite rock outcroppings visible along the coast.

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