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House of the Dragon on HBO has numerous locales made famous by Game of Thrones, as well as some new ones – here are all the real-life sites where the Game of Thrones prequel was filmed.

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Cáceres‎ and Trujillo, Extramadura, Spain House of the Dragon used Cáceres and Trujillo in Spain’s Extramadura area for various exterior sequences featured in King’s Landing.

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Monsanto, Portugal the medieval hamlet of Monsanto in Portugal was also employed as a filming site for House of the Dragon. It’s also been reported that some filming occurred outside Portugal’s Penha Garcia Castle.

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Surrey and Hampshire, England, UK Ceasar’s Camp, a hill fort on the boundary of Surrey and Hampshire, was utilized as a filming site for House of the Dragon.

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Warner Bros Leavesden Studios, Watford, England, UK

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Derbyshire, England, UK House of the Dragon was also said to have been shot in the Peak District in Derbyshire, UK. Cave Dale, Eldon Hill Quarry, and Castleton’s Market Place

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Cornwall, England, UK Several sequences in the trailer for House of the Dragon included stunning beach vistas, which were largely provided by various sites in Cornwall, England.