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  • Winter has come in Arizona’s Seven Kingdoms
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    Just kidding, it is still over 100 degrees outside but if you tuned in for the season seven premier of Game of Thrones last Sunday night, you can relate. In the spirit of the show, here are some fun and interesting facts about Arizona and snippets about some well-known, and not so well-known, characters that made up the great state forty eight. Hover over the icons, on the map below, to learn more! Tombstone The coninage used in the Seven Kingdoms of Game of Thrones is based on the Gold Dragon coin which has two common smaller denominations: Silver Stag coins and Copper Penny coins. Silver was also used to create the silver mare that was given to Daenerys Targaryen by Khal Drogo as a wedding gift. Also known for silver is Tombstone, one of the last boomtowns in the American Frontier. Founded in 1879, by prospector Ed Schieffelin – a scout for... Read more »

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