Mini Hollywood's town square.
Oasys (before known as Mini Hollywood) is a Spanish Western-styled theme park, located off the 364 km mark of the N-340 road, near the town of  Tabernas in the province of Almería, Andalusia. Originally known as Yucca City, the set was designed by  Carlo Simi and built for Sergio Leone's in 1965. For a Few Dollars More It was also used as a set for other films,   such as  (1966). The Good, the Bad and the Ugly After filming of  The Good, the Bad and the Ugly was completed, the extras in the project bought the set and ran it as a tourist attraction. They were later bought out by a hotel group. The park features daily cowboy stunt shows, such as a mock bank raid and a re-enactment of the final moments of  Jesse James. It also has a zoo with birds and big cats in cages. 
episode " Doctor Who A Town Called Mercy" (2012) was filmed here and at Fort Bravo/Texas Hollywood. 
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^ Spanish link for Oasys/Mini Hollywood  Retrieved 12 September 2012]
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Coordinates: 37°01′13″N 2°25′56″W / 37.020382°N 2.432244°W