terça-feira, 24 de junho de 2014

Elizabeth II visit scenario of "war of the Thrones" in Belfast

Visiting Northern Ireland, the Queen of England visited the studios of famous television series "war of the Thrones" in Belfast and was received by some of the actors.

According to The Guardian, the British monarch has refused to sit on the throne as played in the series, although it has accepted a miniature version of the same, offered by the Executive producer of the series, Dan Weiss.

Accompanied by her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II has also reviewed props and costumes used in the "war of the Thrones".

The popular American HBO saga, based on the books by George r. r. Martin, injected, since 2009, 82 million pounds in Northern Ireland's economy and created 900 full-time jobs.

In a less playful, but quite symbolic, Elizabeth II had visited before the former Crumlin Road prison, where they were imprisoned the Protestant Peter Robinson and Martin McGuiness Catholic, currently "number 1" and "number 2" of the Irish Government.

The Queen of England noted that Northern Ireland is an "example" to the world by the capacity of its people to "overcome differences".

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