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These Beautiful "Game Of Thrones" Filming Locations Will Take Your Breath Away!
Based on George R.R. Martin's best-selling book series, television show 'Game Of Thrones' is loved by millions of people all over the world. Credit goes to its amazing locations, fascinating characters and charming plot. You will fall in love with these
spectacular places where the show was filmed. Enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, Croatia, Greece and Spain. Also, tell us about your favorite location in the comments section below.
In Game of Thrones, Lokrum Island in Croatia was turned into Quarth, the 'Queen of Cities'
Aït-Ben-Haddou which is in Morocco was transformed into Yunkai.
Many scenes of GOT and other films are shot in Atlas Corporation Studios in Morocco which is the world's largest film studio.
Wedding of Daenerys and Drogo was filmed in Azure Window, Malta.
Some key scenes including Robb Stark's Camp were filmed in Castle Ward, Ireland.
In Season 2, the scene of Melisandre giving birth to the shadow baby was filmed in Cushendun Caves, Ireland.
The Dark Hedges which was the road from king's landing.
King's Landing was filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
House of the Undying scenes were filmed in Minceta Tower, Croatia.
Vatnajökull in Iceland is where the "north of the wall" scenes were shot.
The Stormlands is the location where King Renly sets camp.
The underground tunnels are filmed as the Red Keep Dungeon in Fort St Angelo, Malta.
Meteora was also used as one of the locations for GOT.
Third season of the series was filmed at Essaouira.
Mussenden Temple and Downhill beach were used as the location for the Dragonstone exterior.
Many of the season five scenes were shot at the Bull fighting Arena in Osuna.
The Roman bridge in Cordoba is the beautiful bridge which is featured several times in series.
Doune Castle in Scotland was used for filming some of the Winterfell scenes.
Split in Croatia is the location that was used to film various scenes of the fifth season of Game of Thrones.
The green gardens of Trsteno Arboretum is filmed in King's Landing.
Tollymore Forest Park in Northern Ireland was filmed a couple of times in GOT.
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