A rural farm in northwestern Northern Ireland, famous for its location on the hit show Game of Thrones, the Irish capital Dublin reported a one-day tour of Trip.com.
Because "Game of Thrones" was once on location here, it became famous and became a place of pilgrimage among power fans, and therefore became a popular attraction. In fact, it is a boulevard formed by a peculiar tree, and the grass and cows on both sides of the slope are nice scenery.
The dark hedge looks like a dark magical forest. In fact, the strange trees with different shapes on both sides are beech. These trees are 200 years old. They have different shapes and are very tall, just like walking under a tree-shaded promenade. They are very mysterious. This is also the most famous attraction here and it is worth visiting.
The scenery is good and weird, and it is also a location for the game of TV drama rights. The tree has a history of more than three hundred years, and it is about 1 kilometer in length. Generally, one hour of playing is basically good, and it is worth seeing.
Dark Hedges is located near Elmer in Northern Ireland. In the middle of the 18th century, the Stuart family planted two rows of small trees on both sides of the path in front of their villa. They hoped that this woody path would come to visit. Of guests left a good impression. Unexpectedly, more than 300 years later, this boulevard of beech trees, which is less than 1 km thick, has become the most famous tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. Many shots of the American drama "Game of Thrones" and the movie "Harry Potter" are also taken here. Crossing this path, it really feels like being in a dream world. At the same time, the intertwined tree trunks and the intertwined branches really make people feel a sense of horror.
The dark hedge, one of the ten most beautiful tunnels in the world, the King's Road in Game of Thrones, is rendered in the movie, and more close to the people in reality. It's also a great place to take pictures, but I prefer the pastures and blackhead Mianyang on both sides, which are more beautiful in the sun.