Harry Potter Real Locations

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Harry Potter surely attract many attention of the people in the world. From the book until the movie everything related to Harry Potter seems interesting. One that cant be separated from Harry Potter movie is the location of the movie. Well, you can visit some of the location of the movie of course, because some of the locations in Harry Potter movie are real.

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Let’s start from the first movie of Harry Potter . In the Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone, Harry go to a zoo with his uncle, aunt and cousins Dudley. You can visit the Reptile House in the London Zoo in England.

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Harry goes to Hogwarts using Hogwarts Express through Platform 9 ¾ in King’s Cross Station. You will find the Platform 9 ¾ in King’s Cross Station in England although of course you cant walk pass through the platforms.

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A place where Harry Potter and friends buy their books and knick knacks for their school is located in Leadenhall Market in London, England. This location is used as Diagon Alley and the Leaky Cauldron in Harry Potter movies.

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For the castle that has been used in Harry Potter movie, it is also real. The castle called Alnwick Castle and located in Northumberland in England.

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The Hagrid’s Hut in the movie is Glencoe in Scotland. The valley and the scenery is really breathtaking.

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The Christ Church in Oxford England is become the place of the staircase the students at Hogwarts had to climb in order to get inside the Great Hall.

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Last but not least, if you want to feel the atmosphere of myth and lore, go to a Potter-themed amusement park ride; Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Universal Studios in Florida. There you can ride the Dragon Challenge rollercoaster and many more. There you will also find Hogwarts school supplies, and other knick-knacks in the many shops that inhabit this magically inspired world.

 

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