The battle of the bastards
Game of Thrones was filmed in many locations in Belfast, including Linen Mill Studios, Paint Hall Studios, and Titanic Studios. The most exciting thing to happen in the scenes filmed in Belfast was the Battle of the Bastards, which was the climax of Season 6. This epic battle featured hundreds of extras and stunt performers and was filmed over several weeks.
At Linen Mill Studios, they built some of the most iconic sets from the show, including the King's Landing castle and the Red Keep. The Red Keep was a massive 90-foot-long castle with walls made of limestone and an arched entryway complete with a large iron gate.
At Paint Hall Studios, the studio was designed for the show and looks like a massive warehouse with a few large soundstages surrounded by a green screen and other sets. The city of King's Landing was created at the studio, with a large throne room, a Sept, a market, and different iconic sets.
And Titanic Studios has been one of the main studios and post-production facilities for the entire series, establishing Northern Ireland as a prominent place for TV production.