Since the release of Game Of Thrones, a lot of persons have being amazed by how well the movie appears to the eyes, and one of the secrets behind that effect are the places the movie was filmed.

Game Of Thrones have made out a lot of places in the scene, some looking a bit scary and at the same time fun to go to.

Let’s look at some of the locations where Game of thrones was filmed!

Locations where game of thrones was filmed:

1. Arrowhead mountain (Kirkjufell) – S06E05, S07E06

This Kirkjufell is few metres away from the town Grundarfjörður.

The arrowhead Mountain is said to be the most photographed Mountain in Iceland.

It can be seen in season 7 episode 6 when the heroes head towards north of the wall, described as the “Arrowhead mountain”. It also appeared in season 6 episode 5 with Kirkjufellsfoss when the children of the forest created the first White Walker.

Really Exciting!!

Yes, they went to Iceland to film a couple or more scenes. You can head over to Iceland and use the instructions on Google maps to get there, a guide would be useful right? That’s why we set up Travelstart Nigeria to help prepare you to get there.

2. Wildling hot spring cave (Grjótagjá) – S03E05

Another place in Iceland where the show Game Of Thrones was filmed is a cave and it happens to be the Lake Mývatn. The People used to bathe in it, but Geological activity in the period 1975–1984 caused the temperature of the water in the cave to rise and it hasn’t been possible to bathe there since. No Wonder it’s called the ‘Hot’ spring cave.

This is where the actors Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and Ygritte (Rosa Leslie) had their own moment in Season 3 episode 5.

3. Wildling Camp (Dimmuborgir) – S03E01, S03E02, S03E05

This place was used in 3 scenes, and it was really a favorite part of the movie. The area is made up to volcanic rocks and rock formations.

This is where the wildlings set up their camp in season 3 north of the wall. It can also be seen when Ygritte steals Jon’s sword and gets him into the cave.

These are the some of the places where Game Of Thrones was filmed, and all of them listed here are in Iceland.

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