The Throne in Game of Thrones, also known as the Iron Throne, is a highly coveted seat of power in the fictional world of Westeros. It is a large, imposing chair made of swords, crafted from the swords of defeated enemies, and melted together by dragonfire. The Throne is located in the Red Keep of the capital city, King's Landing.
The Iron Throne was originally created by Aegon I Targaryen, the first king of the Targaryen dynasty, who conquered the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros with his dragons. It has been the seat of power for the ruling monarchs of Westeros ever since.
The Throne plays a central role in the politics and power struggles of the world of Game of Thrones. The various noble houses of Westeros compete for control of the Throne, using any means necessary, including warfare, alliances, and assassination.
The Throne is also a symbol of the ruling monarch's authority, and the ruler who sits on it is considered to be the rightful king or queen of the Seven Kingdoms.