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Netflix shoots “The Witcher” at Polish castle

The production of Netflix’s “The Witcher” has moved to Poland. The newest shots from the set show the production team working in one of the sites of the Trail of Eagles’ Nests, a chain of medieval castles in the South of the country.

The Reddit sub-forum dedicated to Netflix’s highly anticipated production has posted photos of the castles on their Twitter page:

This post has led to speculation, that the Ogrodzieniec Castle will be the set for the fabled stronghold of the Witchers – Kaer Morhen. 

The castle has been closed to tourists, despite still having been open on Monday earlier this week. The site has also been surrounded with security staff.

The Reddit forum later posted photos from Ogrodzieniec Castle in which one can see a film crew at work:

Earlier this year and in 2018, the production team had been spotted shooting in Hungary and on the Spanish La Palma island. 

The Netflix TV series is based on the best-selling novels by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski. The show is slated for a 2019 release and will debut with eight episodes.

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