Game of Thrones has started filming its seventh season this summer, and fans are hunting for any possible clues about what's in store for the HBO series. The Independent reports that a new filming location could point to a brand-new location for Daenerys Targaryen and her crew as they plot to take the Iron Throne.
Fan site Watchers on the Wall noticed a report from Spanish newspaper El Correo that Muriola Beach in Barrika, Spain will host the cast and crew in October. The town's mayor said the filming is "surrounded by mystery," but the show will reportedly film in various locations along the Basque coast in Spain.
So what does this actually mean for the storyline to come? Fans are speculating that Daenerys will indeed arrive in Westeros as she planned, according to UPROXX. The beach may be Dragonstone, a territory that used to belong to the Targaryens before the Baratheons took over (and it was also Dany's birthplace). There are also reports that we'll see the Dragonpit, a building in King's Landing that used to be home to the Targaryens' dragons.
It's impossible to know what will happen for sure unless you're part of the show's staff, and then you've likely been sworn to secrecy. But any scenes involving dragons are guaranteed to be epic, no matter the plot.
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