Travel blogger photographs her way through Game of Thrones locations

Over the course of seven seasons, the cast and crew of Game of Thrones have filmed scenes in many beautiful locations. Travel Blogger Andrea David has been to many of these places and chronicled her journey by taking some photographs while holding up the corresponding pictures from the show. It’s a really fun way pay homage to the show — let’s travel along with her for a second.

For instance, here’s the Azure Window in Gozo, Malta, where Daenerys and Drogo went after their wedding.

Speaking of Dany, here she is in Qarth (Dubrovnik) looking for her dragons.

Staying in Croatia, but moving to Trsteno, we have Sansa striding with Loras Tyrell through the gardens in King’s Landing. Wrong tree, Sansa.

Here’s Robb Stark at the Twins. This scene was filmed at Audley’s Castle in Northern Ireland.

This next one is of the other King in the North, Jon Snow, back in his “know nothing” phase. It was filmed in Myvatn, Iceland.

Winter is here! ❄️#got #iceland #sceneplacing

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Speaking of Jon, here he is holding up puppy Ghost for a scene filmed at Tollymore Forest in Northern Ireland.

And of course, David had to visit the famous Dark Hedges.

From the King’s Road to Braavos, Arya traveled a long way. Here she is in a scene filmed in Girona, Spain.

Remember when we were all still innocent, before we saw Melisandre give birth to a smoke monster in a scene filmed in the Cushendun Caves in Northern Ireland? Neither do I.

Here we have Cersei climbing the steps of the Great Sept of Baelor…

…and coming back down again. Both scenes filmed in Dubrovnik.

You can follow Andrea David on Instagram, where she uploads photos from many television shows and films, or you can check out her Travel Blogging website: Film Tourism.

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