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One year of waiting and it’s almost here. The seventh season of the popular TV series Game of Thrones is arriving on July, 17 and the fans are more than eager to see what’s going to happen with their favorite characters. All the previous seasons have led up to this moment. The true battle begins, or as some of the characters from the series would say, the winter has arrived.

In the previous seasons, we’ve seen amazing landscapes and sceneries. As the series has to display all four seasons throughout almost each episode, the scenes were taken in many different and remote parts of the planet. The next season is said to offer nothing less than that. Here are some of the most famous locations of where the shots of Game of Thrones were taken.

The Dark Hedges

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The northern Westeros scenery was taken by the Irish Sea on the coasts of Northern Ireland, and Dark Hedges were set in County Antrim.

Mussenden Temple

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Mussenden Temple is the place of Stannis Baratheon and Melisandre’s whereabouts.

Ballintoy

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Ballintoy turns into the capital of the Iron Islands.

Dubrovnik

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One of the most famous locations in Game of Thrones is King’s Landing, and all the intrigues of Cersei Lannister, her whole family, Margaret and the rest of beloved characters are being filmed in Dubrovnik.

Lokrum

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Lokrum is next to Dubrovnik, and it represents Qarth.

Trsteno Arboretum

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Again around Dubrovnik, we have another beautiful place of shooting, and this place serves to be Red Keep palace gardens.

Trogir

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Trogir represents Qarth as well. Its Venetian architecture is a perfect setting for Game of Thrones.

Split

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The city of Meereen, or the city of slaves, is actually the city of Split.

Mdina

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The former King’s Landing in the first season of the show.

Vatnajokull

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Three hours away from the capital city of England is the setting of wildlings in season 3.

Thingvellir National Park

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The place of a famous fight between Brienne and the Hound.

Dimmuborgir

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This is where the army of wildlings in season three was.

Essaouira

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Daenerys encounters Unsullied right at this place for the very first time.

Ouarzazate

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Astapor and Pentos represent this town in Game of Thrones.

Bardenas Reales

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Dothraki Sea is actually the Bardenas Reales.

Castle of Zafra

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This is the place where we go back in time and see the young Ned Stark, through the eyes of his son Bran Stark.

Seville

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This is the lovely city of Dorne.

Cordoba

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The very long bridge of Volantis is no more no less but Cordoba.

Barrika

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This part of the Spain is said to be in many scenes of Season 7.

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

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The potential setting for Daenerys and her army.

Caceres

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Another location that is said to appear in season 7.

Italica

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There were some speculations that HBO wants this place to become part of season 7.

Castillo de Almodovar del Rio

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You are most likely to guess by its appearance, this is the location of the famous House Tyrell.

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