Game of Thrones: The World Guide

Game of Thrones: The World Guide

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Mapping the filming locations from Game of Thrones.

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    A 2000 mile road stretching from the windows of King’s Landing to The Wall of the Night’s Watch, The King’s Road is the most direct route you can take when embarking on a road trip through the Seven Kingdoms.
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    The capital of the Seven Kingdoms, King’s Landing boasts economic diversity and a clearly defined cast system.  Whether you’re a dirty creature of Flea Bottom or a rich nobleman with access to the Iron Throne, if you have the pleasure of living King’s Landing, you will experience the luxury of always knowing your place.
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    This beautiful seaside has plenty of room for both dining and brawling, making it a perfect wedding spot.  After all, any Dothraki Wedding without at least three deaths is considered a dull affair.
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    Beyond the Wall is a great place to get away from all the drama of the Seven Kingdoms.  Plus, there are lots of single women around.  The downside is that it is relentlessly cold, and seems to have been snowing for the last couple hundred years.  Luckily, Jon and Ygritte find this romantic spot where they can escape the cold for a little rendezvous.
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    The Water Gardens of Dorne is a lovely spot to hide out while your family resolves a little dispute in the capital.  Just keep an eye out for poisonous sand snakes.
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    The top spot for Big Game Hunting in Westeros, Horn Hill prides itself in producing many strong, fearless warriors. Samwell would be an exception to this tradition.
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    A vast, dangerous place, you do not want to get caught off guard in the Dothraki Sea.  Unless you have a couple dragons by your side.  Then you’ll probably be able to pass undisturbed.
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    After any lovely trip to Dorne, it is customary to leave by boat, waiving bye to the delightful city as you sail away.  However, if any Dorne residents try to give you a goodbye kiss, we recommend you gracefully try to avoid it.
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    The greatest of the three cities in Slaver’s Bay, Meereen boasts many beautiful pyramids, several large fighting colosseums, and on average only sees two slave rebellions a year.  So it’s mostly safe.
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    The lush, gorgeous garden of King’s Landing is the perfect place to scheme some poor pawn's demise over a refreshing cup of tea.
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    The exterior steps of the Meereen Fortress is a charming little spot to go for a nice morning stroll.  If you’re lucky, you may even find the path decorated with the crucified bodies of former slave owners. Fun!
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    The “ironborn” civilians of the Iron Islands are a strong people, unmatched in their courage and resolve.  They are also prone to acts of piracy and other naval shenanigans.
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