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Game of thrones Season 7 real life location

Imagine a world with night workers, dragons, giants and even wolves? Seems unbelievable right but all these and more come alive in the various filming location of the game of thrones. Relax and open your imagination has we unravel various settings within the game of thrones with its real-life locations.

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DRAGONSTONE FOOTBRIDGE

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The footbridge that leads from Dragonstone’s beach to the castle in Game of Thrones is actually real. The footbridge is located in San Juan de Gaztelugatxe in Spain.

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THE  DRAGON PIT

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In the season 7, the ancient dragon pit in Kings Landing holds the meeting between Cersei, Daenerys, and others. The dragon pit in Game of Thrones is actually the Roman ruins of Italica in Seville, Spain.

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THE MOUNTAIN BEYOND THE WALL

Remember in season 7 episode 1, the hound looks into the flames and says he sees a mountain that looks like an arrowhead.  The mountain that looks like an arrowhead is actually Kirkjufell a famous mountain and waterfall combination in Iceland.

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DRAGONSTONE BEACH

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The beaches of Dragonstone are filmed on Itzurun Beach in Zumaia and Muriola Beach near Barrika. Both beaches can be located on the northern coast of Spain. They are 60 miles apart from one another, so choose one to visit.

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Itzurun beach has the diagonal cliff sides that we see in many shots with Daenerys and Jon talking about the white workers.

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