The much-anticipated final season of Game of Thrones is returning on April 15 in the UK.
The producers are keeping most things secret about Game of Thrones Season 8, but could the filming locations offer any insight into the plot?
The universe of George R. R. Martin spans hundreds of characters and many breathtaking locations.
The exciting action of the fantasy series plays out on some incredible landscapes.
From dramatic coastlines to desolate landscapes, you can expect to see many iconic locations in the final season.
Game of Thrones Season 8 locations: Where is Game of Thrones filmed? (Pic: HBO)
Where was Game of Thrones Season 8 filmed?
Most of the action in Game of Thrones Season 8 is filmed in Northern Ireland, in the purpose-built Winterfell set in Moneyglass, north-west of Belfast.
It is in this iconic location the massive fight between the people of Westeros and the White Walkers will take place.
Some filming also took place in Tollymore Forest Park in County Down.
Fans spotted Stark family actors filming Direwolf scenes for the final season.
Game of Thrones fans may remember this location as the place where the Starks discover the dire wolves.
It is also where the White Walkers began their march into the realm of men.
Fans may also remember it as where Ramsay, “the b*****d of Bolton” hunted Theon.
Game of Thrones has also, since it began in 2011, used Spain as a backdrop in many intense scenes.
You may recognise some locations such as the city of Seville, which is the Hispanic land of Dorne.
CROATIA: The country has been used many times to film Game of Thrones (Pic: GETTY)
In the previous season the peninsula of San Juan de Gaztelugatxe was used as the location of Dragonstone, home to Daenerys.
The Dragonpit of Kings Landing will also likely make an appearance this season, which is filmed north of Seville in the Italica Amphitheatre of Santiponce.
Dubrovnik and Šibenik in Croatia are famously used for exterior shots of Kings Landing and Braavos.
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