As we head into the finale of Game Of Thrones, it's safe to say that this season has well and truly escalated things to a point where it's truly become an epic.

Like all epics, it needs a tapestry. As in, something along the lines of the Bayeux Tapestry which depicted the Norman conquest of England and ended with Battle of Hastings. If you know someone who studied Medieval History, they'll know what we're talking about.

Anyway, to commemorate seven years of HBO's Game Of Thrones in Northern Ireland, a tapestry featuring a key scene from every episode of the series has been made and it spans close to 250 feet long, all done in the style of the Bayeux Tapestry.

It shows everything, from the Battle of the Blackwater... that time one of the slave masters was set on fire... our favourite, the Battle of the Bastards.

You can see the whole thing here, or you can visit the Ulster Museum in Belfast and see the real thing for yourself.