Game of Thrones location- Ballintoy Harbour

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Game Of Thrones Filming Location, Northern Ireland - Ballintoy Harbour, NI - ❤⚔🗡📽 GOT Locations
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Game Of Thrones Filming Location, Northern Ireland - Ballintoy Harbour, NI - ❤⚔🗡📽 GOT Locations
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Since almost all the scenes that appeared in Game of Thrones movie series are located in Northern Ireland then going on a treasure hunt to bring these different locations to our viewers is a must - and as the same time enjoy them ourselves - so this time our trip was to Ballintoy Harbour which is one of GOT locations that are found out there. Ballintoy - which means the northern town when translated from the Irish language - is a small village, townland, and civil parish that is located in county Antrim, Northern Ireland, and this is the place that is close enough to the Ballintoy Harbour - one kilometer away - where Game of Thrones scenes were filmed and the place where we visited this time. Ballintoy Harbour is a small fishing harbour at the end of a very small, narrow, steep road down Knocksaughey hill which passes by the entrance to Larrybane (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RXOU...) and Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge, which are also considered important destinations that tourists head to in order to check when it comes to visiting Northern Ireland. Ballintoy Harbour is sometimes referred to as a "raised beach" and when you first visit this place, in addition to falling in love with it, you will also find that it is placing an information board that informs people about this place in regards to the Game of Thrones movie and the scenes which were taken in it.

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