Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Westeros is one of the continents of the fictional world from the famous saga "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George Martin. The book itself is rich in descriptions of many beautiful places where the main events take place. In the series, most of the scenes are shot in specially built pavilions, but many real cities have become the prototype of the fictional attractions of "Game of Thrones". So, let's see what real places could become prototypes of "attractions" from the book and the series.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Gravensten, Ghent-Winterfell.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Marienburg, Poland-King's Landing.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Mont Saint-Michel, France-Riverrun.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Chenonceau Castle, France-The Twins.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Guaita Fortress, San Marino-Eagle's Nest.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Kenilworth Castle, England-Harrenhal.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany-Casterly Rock.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Alhambra, Spain-Sunspear.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Princely Palace, Monaco-Storm Limit.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Dunluce Castle, Ireland-Pike.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Potala Palace, Tibet-Astapor.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Hohenzollern Castle, Germany-Highgarden.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Ali Kapu, Iran-Water Gardens.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Bojnice Castle, Slovakia-Kastamere.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Lindisfarne Castle, England-Cailin Moat.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Taktsang-lakhang, Bhutan-I Ti.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Pena Palace, Portugal-Quart.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Dolmabahce, Turkey-White Harbor.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Devin Castle, Slovakia-Dragonstone.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Belen Tower, Portugal-Tower of Joy.

Real places that look like places from the George Martin saga

Washington Island, Wisconsin, USA-Home of Mormont, Bear Island.

Keywords: Nature | Travel | Sightseeing | Design and architecture | Location | Game of thrones

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