Top 5 Game of Thrones Filming Locations
Since the first episode in the 2011 broadcast of the fantastic television drama series "Game of Thrones" has become very popular around the world in a very short time. Most of the shooting took place in a studio in Belfast, but the actors had to travel some of the most picturesque locations around the world. These are our top five.
5. Daenarys and Khal Drogo Wedding
The beautiful Malta is home to an unforgettable limestone arch known as The Azure Window on which Khal Drogo promised the sky and stars to his Khaleesi. This arch, unfortunately, recently collapsed due to stormy winds and strong waves but island Gozo is home to some of the oldest buildings in the Mediterranean that will definitely enchant you.
In the Moroccan cities of Ait Benhaddou and Essaouira, there are Yunkai and Pentos. Both cities are under UNESCO protection, Ait Benhad because of its red citadel and Essaouira for its walls in the sea.
3. Castle Black and the Wall
Near the Magheramorne in Northern Ireland, there is an old limestone mine that is home to Castle Black and the entire area around the Wall. Although depicted as eternally chained by winter and ice, this picturesque town is definitely worth visiting.
2. King's Landing
The ancient walls of Dubrovnik in Croatia were one of the most important places for recording GoT, which made them an instant hit. Although Dubrovnik outstanding history and beauty attracts a lot of visitors, the city has become one of the most visited locations thanks to this popular series.
1. Scenes "Behind the Wall"
Scenes on the other side of the 480-km-long wall were filmed in the north of Iceland, in the National Park Thingvelir, where rare geological wonders, the largest natural lake, and the beautiful mountain wreaths can be seen.
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