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Someone made Game of Thrones into a Google map, and it's amazing

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Have you pored over the map in the famous Game of Thrones opening credit sequence too many times? Well, Redditor selvag has created a new map of George R. R. Martin's fictional world of Westeros — in the style of Google Maps.

Google Map Westeros

Appropriately for a Google Map, roads get a lot of emphasis here. You can follow the Kingsroad down from Winterfell to King's Landing, like Ned Stark did back in season one, while also checking out the less familiar traffic arteries that connect the rest of the Seven Kingdoms.

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