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This Map Of Westeros Shows The European Equivalents Of The Seven Kingdoms

Still reeling from Sunday’s season 5 finale of “Game Of Thrones”? Understandable. It was brutal!

One mental exercise useful during every traumatic episode of the show or moment in George R.R. Martin’s book series, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” is to remind yourself that Westeros, and the people living there, are not real. It’s all fiction! Nothing happening on the screen or page actually happened to a living human.

This is easy, of course, when there are dragons or White Walkers on screen. Yet Martin has made it clear that he did use historical events, people and places as the inspiration for some of his world.

With that in mind, we at The Huffington Post decided to play a fun little game: If Westeros did exist, what real world countries would correspond to each of the Seven Kingdoms?

See our full historical explanation for each country here.


Game of Fashion !

As I thought Game of Throne’s costumes were really good, I thought it would be funny to imagine some of the main characters wearing Haute Couture pieces witch matches with their style and personalities.

So here are :
- Jon wearing an Alexander Mc Queen suit
- Daenerys wearing an Elie Saab dress
- Cersei wearing a Dior dress

More is coming !

Brendol Lannister….first of his name?

My super messy contribution to the GoT Au @space-emos and I got talking about and conceptualizing. They drew Kylo magnificently in furs, and the comics are to die for. Sold from there

Will (someday) clean lineart it…and I’fe really love to paint it..but for now. The world needs Hux on the iron Throne with Kylo as his hand and kingsgaurd.