See Game of Thrones’ Beautiful Season 7 Filming Locations (PHOTOS)

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See Game of Thrones’ Beautiful Season 7 Filming Locations (PHOTOS)

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See Game of Thrones’ Beautiful Season 7 Filming Locations (PHOTOS)

Game of Thrones could be filmed at a community theater, and we’d still watch for the writing and performances. But if it happens to be filmed in beautiful locations around Europe, so much the better.

The HBO hit’s production hub is Belfast, Northern Ireland, but the cast and crew have traveled as far afield as Scotland, Spain, Croatia, and Malta to shoot scenes.

And now, production for Season 7 is gearing against the beautiful desolation of Icelandic glaciers. Click through the slideshow above for photos and details on the new locales.

See Game of Thrones’ Beautiful Season 7 Filming Locations (PHOTOS)
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Zumaia, Spain

Zumaia, Spain

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Watchers on the Wall reports the production crews are filming this month around this Basque Country town in northern Spain, particularly the “flysch” sedimentary rock formations of Itzurun Beach.

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Bermeo, Spain

San Juan de #Gaztelugatxe, País Vasco, una de las grandes maravillas ???????? de España. ¿No crees?

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Bermeo, Spain

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Not far away in Basque Country, Euskal Irrati Telebista says Season 7 scenes are filming at this town’s Gaztelugatxe islet — the tiny island only home to a hermitage and only connected to the mainland with a man-made bridge.

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Barrika, Spain

Barrika, Spain

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Meanwhile, in this Basque Country town, the team is making the most of Muriola Beach’s dramatic seaside cliffs.

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Santiponce, Spain

#italica #Seville #spain #ruins #ampitheatre #roman #architecture

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Santiponce, Spain

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Apparently an “action scene” is on the slate for the Roman ruins of Italica near this city in the province in the Seville. Watchers on the Wall speculates this will be Dragonpit, a now-destroyed Targaryen dragon keep.

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Seville, Spain

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Seville, Spain

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Meanwhile in the province’s capital, WotW says scenes are being shot in the Seville Royal Dockyards, Gothic structures from the 13th century.

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Malpartida de Caceres, Spain

#barruecos

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Malpartida de Caceres, Spain

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In the middle of the Iberian peninsula — the Caceres province, specifically — an epic Season 7 battle is reportedly being filmed at the granite-dotted Los Barruecos National Monument, including the rivers of the Barrueco de Arriba area.

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Jökulsárlón, Iceland

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Jökulsárlón, Iceland

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Watchers on the Wall reports the Game of Thrones crew is setting up a two-week shoot at this glacial lake in Iceland, the same country that provided the backdrop for scenes North of the Wall in prior seasons.

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Game of Thrones could be filmed at a community theater, and we’d still watch for the writing and performances. But if it happens to be filmed in beautiful locations around Europe, so much the better.

The HBO hit’s production hub is Belfast, Northern Ireland, but the cast and crew have traveled as far afield as Scotland, Spain, Croatia, and Malta to shoot scenes.

And now, production for Season 7 is gearing against the beautiful desolation of Icelandic glaciers. Click through the slideshow above for photos and details on the new locales.