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'Thrones' tapestry grows

Tourism Ireland has released another time-lapse video of the weaving of the latest section of its Game of Thrones tapestry – part of its 2017 campaign to showcase Northern Ireland to millions of GoT fans worldwide.
 gotapThere are currently more than 160 scenes woven into the Bayeux-style tapestry which is hanging in the Ulster Museum – and more scenes are being added every week, to mark each episode of the new season.
This week’s section of tapestry includes a collection of scenes from “The Queen’s Justice,” episode 3 of season 7 – including the meeting between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen, the reunion between Bran and Sansa Stark, the Unsullied assault on Casterly Rock and Lady Olenna Tyrell’s final moments with Jaime. 
 
As well as the time-lapse video, Tourism Ireland has also released a cinemagraph (or “living” photograph) for the first time as part of this campaign – it’s an animated version of a key scene from season 3 where, in the Brotherhood without Banners’ hideout, their leader Dondarrion faces The Hound in a trial by combat. The setting for the Brotherhood’s hideout is Pollnagollum Cave in Co Fermanagh.
 
 

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