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The historical past of George R.R. Martin’s Westeros could be as sophisticated, bloody and dense as something from our personal world. How are you supposed to inform all of the totally different King Aegons from each other? Which Targaryen rode Syrax vs Moondancer vs Balerion vs Caraxes? Only with cautious examine can this information be attained.
Or so we inform ourselves whereas poring over Martin’s tomes and ignoring precise historical past, which is way more boring as a result of it doesn’t contain dragons. But let me ask you this: if studying concerning the historical past of Westeros was so unimportant, would there be a complete museum about it? Because there’s. In the lead-up to the premiere of the primary Game of Thrones prequel present, HBO Max has teamed up with the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles to deliver us House of the Dragon: The Targaryen Dynasty.
The museum describes the exhibit as “a new, one-of-a-kind experience exploring the lives and legends of the HBO original series House of the Dragon. Visit the mythical world of Westeros, the Targaryen Dynasty, and the dragons that ruled beside them. Attendees will be the first to see new costumes and props from the series and have the chance to sit on a replica of the new Iron Throne. Through related digital and public programming, we will also explore the relationship between dragons and the real-life creatures that may have inspired them.”
(Fake) historical past comes alive with House of the Dragon: The Targaryen Dynasty
House of the Dragon: The Targaryen Dynasty will likely be on show from August 5 by September 7. The precise present premieres on HBO and HBO Max on August 21, so attendees can get a load of the exhibit earlier than and after they see the fruits of HBO’s labors.
For extra data try the museum’s web site.
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