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'Game of Thrones' set in Northern Ireland visited by Queen Elizabeth

June 24, 2014, 19:00 UTC+3
The monarch declined to take a seat on the famous Iron Throne
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© EPA/AARON MCCRACKEN / HARRISONS / PO
© AP Photo/Peter Morrison
© EPA/AARON MCCRACKEN / HARRISONS / PO

British Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip have visited the set of the popular series “Game of Thrones” as part of their visit to Northern Ireland. The creators of the series showed them the famous Iron Throne. The monarch, however, didn’t take a seat on the sword-covered throne and only accepted its tiny copy as a gift. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip also met some of the crew.

Game of Thrones is a fantasy television series based on George R. R. Martin's fantasy novels  A Song of Ice and Fire. The series has attracted record numbers of viewers around the world. Over seven million people watched the last episode of season four.

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