India is a beautiful country that offers varied location spots for the film industry. Imagine the most successful TV series, 'Game of Thrones' being shot here! Let's take a look at the locations in India that replicate the ones in the original TV series.
The Garden of Bones is a replica of the Botanical Garden, in Shillong. The greenery and a pathway to walk on, is almost as identical as it can get.
Ladakh, the ideal place to film the scenes for the North of the Wall. The rugged mountains and snowy pass are just the same as North Ireland.
With a little bit of artificial setting, the Qutub Minar in Delhi is the ideal location for the House of the Undying.
How similar are these two places! If shot from the right angle; the Diu Fort looks exactly like the Red Keep.
The Gwalior Fort replicates the King's Landing. Located at a height, the architecture on the fort is almost as similar as the Croatian city's old fort.
The location where Arya meets the Brotherhood Without Banners is orginally shot in Hollow Hill. The forest of Meghalaya is a replica of the Hollow Hill. Don't you agree?
A cave similar to the one in which Jon Snow and Ygritte made love for the first time can be found in Nayadera of Baratang Island, Andamans. Infact, the cave looks more beautiful than Grjotagja.
The Kingsroad is the longest and grandest highway in the Seven Kingdoms. Guess what? A similar road can be found in Kaziranga, a sanctuary in Assam. Isn't the similarity striking?
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