In Ireland hurricane “Doris” damaged tree from “Game of thrones”
In Northern Ireland the hurricane “Doris” damaged trees at the famous alley of the Dark hedges, where were shooting the TV series “Game of thrones”, reports Sky News.
Clarifies that a hurricane destroyed a 200 year old tree and damaged a number of neighbouring.
The Avenue of beech trees, Dark hedges, located in County Antrim in Northern Ireland and is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the region.
La tempête Doris a endommagé de The Dark Hedges Game of Throneshttps://t.co/NnT7Y8Ci7l pic.twitter.com/DZ1qE6yRSl
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The most popular place gained after the filming of “Game of thrones” — the Dark Charges filmed the Royal route, the main road of Westeros, the Storm passing from the Limit on the South to the Wall in the North. It is on the kingsroad Arya stark in the second season meets Jaqen h’ghar on the way to the Night’s watch.
Earlier it was reported that IMDb has published the release date of the seventh season of “Game of thrones”.