The Game Of Thrones continues to spill out into the real world across Northern Ireland.
And this time it was the turn of Belfast City Hall as the three-eyed ravens from the hit HBO show took over the green.
The animatronic props are just one of many from the show being spotted out and about across the country.
The campaign is part of Tourism Ireland’s latest social media campaign, created in partnership with HBO® to showcase Northern Ireland around the world.
Over the past few weeks, Tourism Ireland has been organising a series of Game of Thrones-themed events – with fantastical props from the hit TV series appearing in surprising locations around Belfast and Northern Ireland.
Recently Targaryen-farmed dragon eggs were found on sale in St George’s Market, in Belfast while true-to-scale giant’s footprints were spotted on Portstewart Strand – heading in the direction of the Giant’s Causeway.
Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with HBO in 2015, to highlight Belfast and Northern Ireland – through the exciting events of Game of Thrones – on the global stage. The campaign is building on the huge success of last year – when our campaign generated almost one million clicks, comments and shares and reached about 100 million fans across the world.
“We are reaching out to the show’s global fanbase and showcasing the spectacular scenery of Northern Ireland. Our 2015 campaign is a fun and innovative way to bring the destination to the attention of Game of Thrones fans worldwide.
“They will see these ads, spiking their curiosity about the landscapes and locations featured in the series and inspiring them to come and explore them for themselves.”