Can’t get enough of Game of Thrones? Well, you’re not the only one in this state. Over the course of its all 7 seasons, this show has taken almost entire world into its own world. In fact, people are still lost in its older world even when 8th, the final season, of Game of Thrones has been released. Though this renowned series has many things to leave the audience rapt, it is its unworldly filming locations that spellbind people in its enigmatic maze.

No, we don’t lie. You yourself go through the Instagram feed of German travel blogger Andrea David, who has recreated the iconic scenes from the iconic show the ‘Game of Thrones’.

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Dany looking for her dragons.

Remember that big stone castle, where Dany looks for her dragons? Yes? Well, it is in Qarth, Dubrovnik.

Jon holding up a puppy ghost

This scene scares really. Isn’t it? Well, if you’re curious to know where it is,  it is Tollymore Forest in Northern Ireland.

Sansa strolling with Loras. A romantic walk!

I’m sure you can’t forget this romantic scene. You also want to go for a long walk in this beautiful garden. Well, then you have to go to King’s Landing.

Famous Dark Hedge

Yes, Andrea has captured this famous Dark Hedge too, where David visited with his gang.

Cersei climbing the steps

Remember Cersei’s long climbing of the Great Sept of Baelor? Well, it is also in Dubrovnik.

Arya’s long journey from King’s Road to Braavos

Yes, that steep and rambled road. You know where it is? Well, it is in Girona, Spain.

The place, where Daenerys and Drogo went after their wedding

No idea where they went? Well, it is Gozo, Malta.

Ice scene

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Winter is here! ❄️#got #iceland #sceneplacing

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You know this Ice scene was filmed in Myvatn, Iceland.

When Theon is disappointed and all lost

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[AD] On the tracks of Game of Thrones on the Iron Islands… Do you remember when Theon is sorely disappointed at the lack of reception for his return home as he sails into Lordsport Harbour in GoT Season 2? This was actually Ballintoy Harbour in Northern Ireland. Ballintoy, from the Irish ‘Baile an Tuaigh’ meaning ‘the northern townland’, is a village on the coast of County Antrim with the small fishing harbour located at the end of a very narrow road. The nearby beach was also used as a filming location for the Iron Islands when Theon reaffirms his loyalty to his family by being baptised into the religion of the Drowned God. • Who has rewatched all episodes to prepare for Season 8? Hands up in the comments! 🙋🏻‍♀️ • Sponsored Press Trip by @TourismIreland • Screenshot Copyright: @HBO • #Werbung #Ireland #LoveIreland #DiscoverIreland #InstaIreland #VisitIreland #DiscoverNI #GlassofThrones #GOTTerritory #GameOfThrones #GoT #IronIslands

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Here,we felt sorry for  Theon.  No? But, the background scene of Ballintoy Harbour, Northern Ireland had surely enticed us. Yes, the scene was shot there.

Jon and Drogo together in a cliff

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[AD] Hi from the Dragonstone Cliffs where Jon and Daenerys (and of course Drogon 🐉) share a moment together in Season 7. The real-life location is the impressive Fair Head which rises 600ft above sea level. It’s a great destination for a 1-2 hour hike with spectacular views. Thank you Johnny of @borntoruntours for guiding me. To see as much places as possible I actually ran quite a lot throughout the day. 😅 See much more Game of Thrones filming locations in Northern Ireland in my latest Insta Stories. • Sponsored Press Trip by @TourismIreland • Screenshot Copyright: @HBO • #Werbung #Ireland #LoveIreland #DiscoverIreland #InstaIreland #VisitIreland #DiscoverNI #GlassofThrones #GOTTerritory #GameOfThrones #GoT

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Another scene from Northern Ireland. They are actually standing in Dragonstone cliff, 600 ft above sea level.

Training the Dragon

Maybe, you want another scene from GOT shot in Dragonstone cliff.

Cersei coming down from the steps of the Great Sept of Baelor

How can we forget this scene. No? It was actually filmed in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

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