Game of Thrones has been one of the biggest TV series of this decade. The story is adapted from George RR Martin’s series of novels of the same name. The first season of the television series was aired in  April 2011 and this year, the sixth season is about to be aired. The story revolves around various interelated royal families that are all at the end of the day battling it out for the iron throne in order to rule the entire kingdom of Westeros. The series has been shot widely in Europe. From Northern Iceland, Ireland and Spain to Morocco, Malta and Scotland, there are various iconic landmarks, monuments and natural wonders that are featured in the show. These stunning pictures of the destinations where Game of Thrones was shot will make you want to go there now! Also Read - Instant Karma! Video Showing Buffalo Dislodging Men From Cart For Making it Race Goes Viral

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1. Dark Hedges, County Antrim, Northern Ireland- The Kings Road and Dark Hedges of Armoy

Photograph courtesy: Horslips5/Creative Commons

Photograph courtesy: Horslips5/Creative Commons

2. Stafford Castle, Northern Ireland- Winterfell, the House of Starks

Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons



3. Limestone Azure Window, Gozo, Malta- Daenerys and Khal Drogo got married here

Photograph courtesy: Keppet/Creative Commons

Photograph courtesy: Keppet/Creative Commons

4.  Mdina City, Western Province, Malta- King’s Landing

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Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

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5. Minceta Tower, Dubrovnik, Croatia- The House of the Undying

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Photograph courtesy: Sitomon/Creative Commons

6. Lovrijenac Fortress, Dalmatian Coast, Croatia- The Red Keep 

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Photograph: Shutterstock

7. Aït-Ben-Haddou, Marrakech, Morocco- City of Yunkai

Photograph courtesy: Drumsara/Creative Commons

Photograph courtesy: Drumsara/Creative Commons

8. Essaouira, Morocco- City of Astapor

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Photograph: Shutterstock

9. Grjotagjo, Iceland- Jon and Ygrite’s love nest

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Photograph courtesy: Expectmohr/Creative Commons

Here is the latest teaser released:

10. Hverfjall Volcano, Lake Myvatn, Northern Iceland- Behind the wall after Westeros

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Photograph courtesy: Wikimedia Commons

11. Doune Castle, Scotland- House of Starks

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Photograph: Shutterstock

12. Roman Bridge of Cordoba, Spain- Long Bridge of Volantis

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Photograph: Shutterstock