Check out these iconic Game of Thrones locations in Street View
Google has published a collection of iconic Westeros locales that you can now view in 360 degrees.
House Google is a tad excited for the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. To celebrate Season 7, the Street View team has released a long list of set locations from across The Known World.
Google has grouped locations by house, covering the stomping grounds of the Starks, the Lannisters and the Targaryens.
Starting where it all began, in a simpler time, you can visit the Stark homestead of Winterfell. Doune Castle in the Stirling district of central Scotland and Castle Ward in Northern Ireland both make up the Winterfell castle that we know and love. Thankfully, both castles have fared a lot better in real life, there's nary a Bolton or a charred corpse in sight.
Other standout locations include the Grjótagjá cave in Iceland, where Jon and Ygritte finally hopped on the good foot and did the bad thing, The Castle of Zafra in Guadalajara (or the Tower of Joy), where a flashback of young Ned Stark revealed the true origin or everyone's favourite bastard, and the sun-bleached bay of Dubrovnik, where the twisted residents of King's Landing hang their hats (and their enemies).
These gorgeous locations don't just make for a pretty virtual vacation. You can actually visit most of them too, you know, in real life.
Here at finder, we're just as excited as Google for Season 7, so we've written a guide on how you can watch Game of Thrones in Australia.
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