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'Game Of Thrones' City Has Been Recreated Out Of Gingerbread

It's the star of the show at the Taste of London 2015 festival.

Barricade the castle gates, because this tasty treat is under serious threat of attack.

King's Landing -- the fictional capital of the Seven Kingdoms in the HBO epic "Game of Thrones" -- has been painstakingly recreated in gingerbread form.

The Dragon Pit, Red Keep and Great Sept of Baelor all feature in the edible extravaganza -- and they all look delicious enough to eat.

Cake designer and sugar artist Michelle Wibowo constructed the city for the Taste of London 2015 festival, which runs at the Tobacco Dock in the English capital until Sunday.

Her incredible handiwork is the star attraction in the "Taste of HBO" room -- where fans can also sit on the hallowed Iron Throne and sample beer inspired by the show.

Wibowo teased fans on Twitter by posting pictures of the raw ingredients of the gingerbread castle before getting down to business.

She's well-known for her outlandish creations, and has previously depicted Princes William and George in Toblerone form, made a Queen Elizabeth II out of sugar, and formed a life-size replica of Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam" using 10,000 marshmallows and half a billion cake sprinkles.

More of her incredible work can be seen on her website, blog and Facebook page.

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