In season 6 episode 5 of Game of Thrones, Jon, Davos, Sansa, et al. are looking at a map of Westeros, trying to determine who is friendly to their cause. I didn't notice until I came across a Reddit thread discussing the scene that the map is sideways, with The Wall at the east and The Twins at the west (instead of north and south, respectively).
This is not simply a matter of the way we're looking at the map. There are many landmarks noted including "Bay of Seals", "Bay of Ice", "Umber", and "Bolton". The text is right-side up from this angle.
The text can be more clearly seen once the image is cropped and the contrast is increased:
Also, an Imgur thread features a screencap with each location re-labeled with a text overlay, and close-ups of the text on the actual map.
I don't understand why this map was created sideways. Even though maps can be found in any format, all the maps I've seen have the text written to be read with south at the bottom of the map.