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Game of Thrones season 8: Dothraki huts spotted at Belfast

Game of Thrones Season 7 finished with a bang, as we saw the Night King ride undead Viserion to the Wall and take it down. Now, it’s not been a long time since Season 7 finished, at all, but it seems like HBO is already preparing for Season 8 filming. We recently reported about Season 8 filming locations being prepped, and now a new photo shows Dothraki huts spotted in Belfast.

Game of Thrones fan site Los Siete Reinos reported about Dothraki huts being spotted at Titanic Studios in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where the production shoots a lot of the show’s footage. Los Siete Reinos even snagged a picture of the hut in the studio premises, check it out below :

A hut at Titantic Studios, where they’re filming Game of Thrones. From Los Siete Reinos: pic.twitter.com/t2ZpP9orlk

— Crown_For_A_King (@Crown_ForAKing) September 8, 2017

The hut looks like a Dothraki hut we have seen before on the show, as seen in Vaes Dothrak in Season 6. What could it mean if we are to indeed see a Dothraki hut in Season 8? Will it maybe just show the Dothraki setting up camp in the North?

Los Siete Reinos reports there were three huts, with two being of the same size, while the third being much bigger, which could make it a contender for Daenerys Targaryen‘s camp. From the looks of it, there doesn’t seem like there’ll be much time for anything that isn’t absolutely necessary, in the next season. Either way, we have to wait a while to see if we spot these huts nearby the filming areas, again.

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