It’s week three of Tourism Ireland’s 2019 Game of Thrones campaign and the latest ‘Glass of Thrones’ has been revealed in Belfast today (Tuesday, 30th April) – at the Lagan Weir.

Tourism Ireland’s colourful new Game of Thrones fan trail is appearing around Belfast as the final series of the epic drama unfolds. A new stained glass window – or ‘Glass of Thrones’ – is being unveiled each week, highlighting a key House from the show. This week’s window is all about House Baratheon: from poison, magic and wild boar wrought regicides, to the war-hammer wielding king, the window represents the fans’ favourite, most shared and most discussed Baratheon moments.

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It’s week three of Tourism Ireland’s 2019 Game of Thrones campaign and the latest ‘Glass of Thrones’ has been revealed in Belfast today (Tuesday, 30th April) – at the Lagan Weir. . Tourism Ireland’s colourful new Game of Thrones fan trail is appearing around Belfast as the final series of the epic drama unfolds. A new stained glass window – or ‘Glass of Thrones’ – is being unveiled each week, highlighting a key House from the show. This week’s window is all about House Baratheon: from poison, magic and wild boar wrought regicides, to the war-hammer wielding king, the window represents the fans’ favourite, most shared and most discussed Baratheon moments. . #gameofthrones #belfast #got #glassofthrones #dreamapartments

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The Tourism Ireland campaign is promoting Northern Ireland, and our Game of Thrones connection, to millions of fans in ten markets right now – including Great Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and Scandinavia.

The ‘Glass of Thrones’ trail – immortalising the show’s epic battles, fire-breathing dragons, ice-blue White Walkers and blood red weddings – is one more reason for fans from all over the world to visit this place where much of the phenomenally successful show was filmed. Tourism Ireland’s first ‘Glass of Thrones’ is located opposite the entrance to Belfast City Hall and the second installation is at the Waterfront Hall.

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~ Tourism Ireland’s ‘Glass of Thrones’ campaign encourages fans to visit Belfast, where much of the popular TV show was filmed ~ It’s week two of Tourism Ireland’s latest Game of Thrones campaign and the second ‘Glass of Thrones’ has been revealed in Belfast today – at the Waterfront Hall. As season eight of Game of Thrones unfolds, Tourism Ireland will unveil a new window each week at a key location in Belfast, creating a 1.8-mile legacy trail for fans to visit and follow. Epic battles, fire-breathing dragons, ice-blue white walkers and blood-red weddings are set to be immortalised in stained glass, at various locations around Belfast. And, the experience continues online, where Tourism Ireland will ‘unlock’ a new window each week on its website, Ireland.com, allowing fans all over the world to be part of Northern Ireland’s ‘Game of Thrones Territory’. Each ‘Glass of Thrones’ will highlight a key House from the show – and the second window represents the trials and tribulations of House Lannister. From Cersei’s shameful walk of atonement to Tyrion’s vengeance act of patricide, the window represents the fans’ favourite, most shared and most discussed Lannister moments. Tourism Ireland’s first ‘Glass of Thrones’ was revealed last week, opposite the entrance to Belfast City Hall. It pays tribute to House Stark – one of the series' dynasties, based in the harsh northern regions of the fictional Westeros. Other Houses that will be represented over the coming weeks include Baratheon and Targaryen. A new window will be unveiled by Tourism Ireland each week, creating a brand new Game of Thrones pilgrimage for fans to follow in the city where much of the hit show was filmed. #GlassOfThrones #gameofthrones #belfast #niblogger #love #instagood #stainedglass #art #streetart #tag

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