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"In the old times, whenever Braavos stood in danger, the titan would step with fire in his eyes. He'd wade into the sea and smash the enemies."
Ternesio Terys, to Arya Stark[src]
Titan of Braavos

The Titan of Braavos guards the sea entrance to the city.

The Titan of Braavos is a massive statue that guards the harbor entrance to Braavos, one of the Free Cities.[1] It stands nearly 400 feet tall.[2]

As a major landmark, the Titan is often used as a symbol of the city itself. The image of the Titan appears on Braavosi coinage.

The nickname of the Braavosi sellsword Mero, "the Titan's Bastard," makes reference to the Titan of Braavos.

The trading galley, the Titan's Daughter, also bears its name in reference to the Titan as a symbol of its home port.[3]

Braavosi coin inside the episode

Inside-the-Episode photo from "Second Sons" revealing that Braavosi coins are stamped with the design of the Titan of Braavos.

In the booksEdit

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, the Titan of Braavos is a massive stone and bronze statue that guards the entrance into the lagoon where Braavos is situated. It is the primary line of defense for Braavos and lets out a loud blast whenever a ship approaches the entrance to warn the Arsenal of its coming.

The Titan is listed as one of the nine Wonders Made by Man in the eponynous book written by explorer Lomas Longstrider.

It bears a strong resemblance to the Colossus of Rhodes. Listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, it was destroyed during an ancient earthquake.

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