Quoile River (Game Of Thrones filming location)

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Quoile River and its surrounding countryside in County Down is made up of a large wetland retreat featuring woodland and riverside trails.

In the world of Game of Thrones, the Quoile River aptly served as the location for Riverrun in The Riverlands. The most memorable scene which took place here was that of a Tully funeral attended by Rob Stark and his mother Catelyn.

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