Unbelievable places from Game of Thrones which actually exist

Every year, one of the most popular TV shows of modern times gathers more and more fans. The intrigue and plotting found in Game of Thrones seem to have struck a chord with literally millions of people around the world. Every time one season ends, these people can barely control their impatience while waiting for the next.

So while we’re all waiting for the next instalment of George R. R. Martin’s epic tale, we thought we’d share with you this interesting collection of photographs of real places around the world which were used in the show — just in case any fans want to experience the atmosphere of Westeros.

The ’Dark Hedges’ beech trees in County Antrim, Northern Ireland: the tunnel of trees in the Crownlands

Dubrovnik, Croatia: King’s Landing

Loch Doon Castle, Scotland: Castle Stark

Mdina, Malta: the gates of King’s Landing

Grjótagjá Cave, Iceland: Jon Snow and Ygritte’s love nest

Lovrijenac Fortress, Dubrovnik, Croatia: Red Keep

The Azure Window, island of Gozo, Malta: scene of Daenerys’ and Drogo’s wedding

Alcázar of Seville, Spain: Dorne Palace

Murlough Bay, Northern Ireland: the Iron Islands

Mussenden Temple, Northern Ireland: the coast of Dragonstone Island

The cliffs of Dimmuborgir, Iceland: the camp of the Wildlings

The Vatnajökull glacier: the lands beyond the Wall

The bay of Ballintoy: Lordsport

Meteora, Greece: the Eagle’s Nest in the Arryn Valley

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