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Game of Thrones Exhibition Belfast - Dark version
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This is the free exhibition that has previously been seen in Toronto, New York, Sao paulo, Amsterdam... and finally now in Belfast. It is being shown in The Titanic Building, which is just a couple of hundred metres away from the production studio for Game of Thrones itself.

Here is the official exhibition website: http://interact.discovernorthernireland.com/gotexhibition

More panoramas to come...

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