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You can watch the Game of Thrones opening credits in 360 degrees

You might feel like you know the world of Westeros like the back of your hand, but now you can really explore its every nook and cranny.

A brilliant 360-degree video showing an expanded version of the Game of Thrones opening credits has been posted on Facebook to stoke anticipation ahead of the show's return on 24 April.

Check out the 2 minutes and 22 seconds of epicness in the video above, and be sure to watch the latest trailer below if you haven't done so already.

Meanwhile, ahead of the Season 6 premiere, a brief synopsis for the first episode has been published, reading simply: "Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again."

What could it mean? We'll soon find out...



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