In Real Life: Stunning Game Of Thrones Filming Locations

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In Real Life: Stunning Game Of Thrones Filming Locations

Even if you’re one of the people who categorically refuse to watch the legendary Game of Thrones, there’s no way you’ve escaped bits of information about this uber-popular series. You’ve probably heard about it being the most expensive series ever, and you might’ve heard about the dragons and the raunchy scenes. But that’s not all that makes Game of Thrones famous – it’s also the dedication of the show creators in searching for the perfect filming locations, using as little soundstage time as possible. And the sites they use for filming are not only perfect for their mysterious and ancient atmospheres, but also for being impressive spots showing the spectacular beauty of the Earth. Even if you’re not a fan of the whole GoT thing, you might like these beautiful nature views.

From Morocco to Iceland and Spain to Northern Ireland, the Game of Thrones filming locations are as diverse and as beautiful as the show’s characters themselves. And the best thing is that all of these places are open for tourists and anyone can see them in real life. So, if you are a fan of Game of Thrones or like to discover some of the prettiest places on Earth, scroll down below and check these pictures! Be sure to tell which one you like the best and don’t forget to vote!

#1 Dragonstone. This Beach Is One Of The Game Of Thrones Filming Locations – Dragonglass Mines In Basque Country

Dragonstone. This Beach Is One Of The Game Of Thrones Filming Locations - Dragonglass Mines In Basque Country

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#2 San Juan De Gaztelugatxe. Dragonstone Stairs

San Juan De Gaztelugatxe. Dragonstone Stairs

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#3 King’s Road Aka The Dark Hedges In Northern Ireland

King's Road Aka The Dark Hedges In Northern Ireland

The two lines of beech trees might not be there for much longer, they’re about 240-years-old and usually live 250 years. Of the 150 that were planted, only half currently remain. There are talks to plant new ones, but they’ll take a century to grow
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#4 The Skogafoss Waterfall Was Shown In The First Episode Of Season 8

The Skogafoss Waterfall Was Shown In The First Episode Of Season 8

I think it’s great, if you have been to certain film locations or visited them. That has a very special flair
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#5 Grjótagjá Is A Small Cave Near Lake Mývatn, Iceland

Grjótagjá Is A Small Cave Near Lake Mývatn, Iceland

It is not only a cave, but there’s also an underground geothermal hot spring inside. Unfortunately, it is not allowed to bathe in Grjotagjá any more because a geological activity caused the temperature of the water to rise up to a degree to hot for bathing safely. Grjótagjá did become quite famous when it appeared in Game Of Thrones most epic love scene! Can you guess which one?
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#6 Did You Notice The Canyon Daenerys And Jon Rode The Dragons Through? I’m Pretty Sure It Was This One – Fjaðrárgljúfur In South Iceland

Did You Notice The Canyon Daenerys And Jon Rode The Dragons Through? I'm Pretty Sure It Was This One - Fjaðrárgljúfur In South Iceland

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#7 I Visited King’s Landing In Dubrovnik, Croatia

I Visited King's Landing In Dubrovnik, Croatia

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#8 The Eyrie From Game Of Thrones In Iceland, Þingvellir

The Eyrie From Game Of Thrones In Iceland, Þingvellir

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#9 The Base Of Fort Lovrijenac In Dubrovnik, Croatia. Some Scenes From “Game Of Thrones” Were Filmed Here
The Base Of Fort Lovrijenac In Dubrovnik, Croatia. Some Scenes From "Game Of Thrones" Were Filmed Here

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#10 Yet Another Game Of Thrones Location In Northern Ireland

Yet Another Game Of Thrones Location In Northern Ireland

Legend says that here was a bridge taking you all the way to Scotland. It was built so that the giants of Ireland and Scotland could meet
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