Godswood of Winterfell
The Godswood of Winterfell appears in the first season. The Starks pray by a weirwood, a tree with red foliage and a face on its trunk. Recognizable by its whitish bark, the weirwood secretes a scarlet sap that gives the impression that the face bleeds at regular intervals. The characters in Game of Thrones, the Stark family at least, believe that the weirwoods allow the old gods to see humans and possibly intervene on their behalf. It is also a weirwood that Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) uses with the Three-Eyed Raven to obtain visions.
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Winterfell’s Godswood in Saintfield
The Godswood as it appears in the series does exist. However, it is nowhere near Castle Ward, the castle used to create Winterfell. The teams of decorators having decided to settle near Saintfield, in a small wood whose exact location is unknown to this day. As for the weirwood, it has been shaped from scratch to perfectly match the description given by the writer George R.R. Martin in his novels. An impressive tree, pivot of a story with multiple ramifications.
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A charming village in County Down in Northern Ireland, Saintfield hosted the filming of some crucial scenes from the Game of Thrones series.
The creation of the village of Saintfield took place in the 17th century. Structured around a church, it gradually developed on the fringes of the big cities. Several other religious monuments were also built later. Saintfield is now home to the Rowallane Garden, a magnificent garden notably made up of azaleas and rhododendrons. The town also had its heyday thanks to the Game of Thrones series. It is indeed here that the sacred wood of Winterfell is located as well as the fields where the Battle of the Bastards and the Battle of Winterfell were filmed.
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