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House of The Dragon Season 2: New pictures of sets from Spain and North Wales

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The production for Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon is in full swing. We have already seen pictures of new sets being erected in Spain, with filming about to begin. Once the filming in Spain is complete, the production will move to North Wales, where new scenes will be shot for House of The Dragon season 2.

Filming update: Spain

It was reported earlier today that the cast will be arriving soon on location to commence the filming, which will begin on May 18. In the pictures, we can see the horse carriage that was used by Alicent Hightower in Season 1, and more.

Sets being erected in North Wales

The House of The Dragon crew is already working fast to build a castle set in North Wales in Trefor. The production in Wales will begin in June and will go in till July, after the filming ends in Spain. The pictures are sourced from the fan account House the Dragon.

When will House of The Dragon return?

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The filming of House of The Dragon season 2 has just begun production in Spain, with the casting process complete and the sets being constructed at key locations. HBO chief Casey Bloys has confirmed in an indirect way that House of The Dragon won’t be coming back before the summer of 2024.

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