Do you know the faces & places of the Seven Kingdoms?
The Game of Thrones universe is expansive, to say the least, with the world of Westeros sprawling with all different kinds of kingdoms, climates, and people. The HBO hit show "Game of Thrones" takes place in a world of fantasy, but dozens of the scenes were filmed at real medieval castles and in wild forests and craggy mountainsides across Europe and Iceland. The various locations of the show add the much-needed authenticity to make the GoT universe as real as possible. In fact, most places that we've seen on the show exist in real life and are not just sets. King's Landing has been represented by the walled city of Dubrovnik since the show's second season. Winterfell scenes were filmed at Doune Castle in Stirling, Scotland, largely in the show's first season. The city of Ait-Ben-Haddou in Morocco is an ancient, mostly abandoned fortification noted for its clay architecture. The palatial home of the Martells of Dorne is The Alcázar of Seville, a royal palace in Seville, Spain, originally developed by Moorish Muslim kings. Do you think you'd be able to spot all of these Westeros locations from just one image? And let's not forget about the people who inhabit these locations. Do you think you could name some of the residents of each of these iconic GoT places? We're about to put your Game of Thrones knowledge to the ultimate test with this tricky and visual People and Places Challenge. Let's see if you can name them all on the first try. Good luck!