The last throne of the “Game of Thrones” contest appears in New York

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The last throne of the "Game of Thrones" contest appears in New York A follower of "Game of Thrones" poses next to the last of the six thrones that HBO, the producer of the cult series, had hidden around the world, this Friday in New York (United States). EFE

 New York, .- The last of the six thrones that the producer of the cult series “Game of Thrones”, HBO, had hidden around the world has appeared in New York, where next Wednesday will take place the ‘premier’ of the eighth and last season.

Specifically, the imposing chair made up of dozens of swords and which has been one of the most recognizable symbols of the program, was found by Melanie Joaquin, a 22-year-old clerk, in Fort Totten Park, in the New York district of Queens.

Joaquin explained in an HBO video that he was resting in his house when he saw the images of the last throne and immediately recognized the place where he was: a military fort near his residence.

“I left home, got on a bus and ran to here,” explained the young woman while sitting on the throne, which was crowned as a reward for being the first to find the last of the six that HBO distributed in several countries of the world.
Today, hundreds of people approached the New York park where they waited patiently for several hours to take a photo on the popular throne, which can be visited until next April 1 l0.

Another of the six thrones of the series was found last Saturday at the foot of the Castle of Atienza, in Guadalajara (Spain), province to which Game of Thrones returns, since its Castle of Zafra was one of the protagonists of the passage of the Tower of Joy.

The other four thrones have been found in the last 10 days in Tumbler Ridge (Canada), Beberibe (Brazil), Puzzlewood (United Kingdom) and Bjorkliden (Sweden).

The first chapter of the last season of Game of Thrones can be seen on April 14 in the USA. on the HBO digital platform, and on April 15 in Spain.

The final season of Game of Thrones, the eighth, will arrive with six episodes, according to HBO Spain, which indicated the directors of this installment, which will be the shortest of the series, are David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, David Nutter and Miguel Sapochnik.

David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, Bryan Cogman and Dave Hill were the scriptwriters of this successful series, based on the saga “Song of Ice and Fire” by George RR.Martin, and starring, among others, Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage. (EFEUSA)

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