HBO Invites Fans to Scale Unreal ‘Game Of Thrones’ Wall in London

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Londoners beware, there’s a 700-foot cliff on Liverpool street.

HBO commissioned two street artists to recreate “The Wall” from Game of Thrones on a sidewalk in London’s Bishops Square on Monday. The 3D art installation celebrated the release of season three of Game of Thrones on DVD and Blu-ray.

In the hit HBO series, “The Wall” is a massive 300-mile long, 700-foot tall ice fortress that was built along the northern border of the Seven Kingdoms to protect the realm against the White Walkers, who dwell in the far north. HBO encouraged fans to scale and interact with the 10 by 7.5 meter version on Liverpool Street.

Check out some of the dizzying pics below!

Still don’t believe there’s a sidewalk under there? For perspective, check out this shot of one of the artists creating the work:

Game of Thrones Wall

Courtesy Daily Mail

Season 4 of Game of Thrones premieres Sunday, April 6th at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.

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