OFFICIAL Harry Potter Hermione Ron Friends Shirt Hoodie

OFFICIAL Harry Potter Hermione Ron Friends Shirt Hoodie

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J.K. Rowling tells us through the harry potter books in London Harry Potter some of the wonders of England, including Harry Potter Hermione Ron Friends Shirt customs or giving us the opportunity to get to know incredible places in London that many times would not be on our list of places to visit in London, and which are truly incredible. So incredible, that you will find it hard to believe that places such as Diagon Alley were filmed are real places, which can be visited in London.
In addition to the scenes that were filmed in different places in London, a visit to Harry Potter’s Warner Bros studios in London is undoubtedly one of the dreams of the great Harry Potter fans. So here’s how to get tickets to Harry Potter’s Warner Bros studios in London and how to get there. In addition, we have prepared a short list of locations related to the recording of Harry Potter films in London.
At the end of March 2012 the doors were opened to Harry Potter’s Warner Bros studios in London: “Behind the Harry Potter Cameras”. This is where all Harry Potter films were shot, and Warner Bros decided to keep the original stages and open them to the public as a tour, and today they have become one of London’s most visited attractions, selling out several weeks earlier throughout the year. In the Harry Potter Studios Tour you can tour the original stages that were used to make Harry Potter films, such as Dumbledore’s office, the Great Dining Room, Hagrid’s hut… In addition to the stages you can see a scale model of Hogwarts, an exhibition of the costumes used to make the films, the real Hogwarts Express train or you can even taste the butter beer in the cafeteria. The only problem is getting to the studios, as public transport can be a bit of a hassle when you’re not in the city centre, so sometimes it’s more convenient to buy a ticket with transport from London included, especially if you’re going with children, but here’s how to get there.
Over the past twenty years, Harry Potter books have enriched the lives of millions of readers around the world. They have also made England’s wonders known to foreign readers and film buffs. From the spectacular film sets that showcase some of the most magical places, to the incredible stories about life in the UK that J.K. Rowling tells in such detail, Harry Potter has been a magnificent introduction to the UK and its capital, London.
London has played an important role in the Harry Potter universe. It is the fictitious home of most of the surprising landmarks in each book, such as the Ministry of Magic, Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley. London has also been used in Harry Potter films to bring to life the magical universe of these novels. Today you can still visit many of these places. All of these sites are not just for Harry Potter fans to enjoy; they also offer a great opportunity for visitors to discover London’s lesser-known monuments. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most significant Harry Potter sites in London to encourage you to explore the magic of the city!
To begin with the beginning (and end) of Harry Potter’s magical journey, we head to King’s Cross station on Euston Road. King’s Cross is the station where students board the Hogwarts Express on platform 9 ¾ Unfortunately, when J.K. Rowling was writing the books, he was actually inspired by London Euston Station, so you can’t see the secret entrance between platforms 9 and 10. However, at King’s Cross we can find a nice plaque on the wall with “Platform 9 ¾” written and a luggage trolley disappearing into another dimension. Here you will have the opportunity to take a picture of yourself with Gryffindor’s scarf and buy souvenirs of the books and movies in the shop. The beautiful Victorian building across the street, St. Pancras Station, was filmed as the exterior of King’s Cross Station in Harry Potter movies.
Another turning point for Harry took place at Regent’s Park London Zoo in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. While visiting the zoo with the Dursleys, Harry discovered he could talk to snakes, and accidentally released a huge boa constrictor. In the first Harry Potter film this scene was shot in the reptile, where we can find a plaque next to the terrarium of the snake from the film, although today there is a black mamba. Also be sure to visit the other parts of the London Zoo, as it is a great place for children. For more family activities, click on the link below: Visit London with children.

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Diagon Alley is one of the most fascinating Harry Potter places in London as it is the main shopping street for Harry Potter Ron Hermione Friends Shirt magicians. In the first film, Leadenhall Market was used to film the outside of the magical shops in the alley. Located in the City of London, Leadenhall Market is a beautiful Victorian market full of specialty shops. In the section of the market called “Bull’s Head Passage” we can find the façade of the blue shop that was used as the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron in the film. To find out more about the Leadenhall Market, have a look at our video tour of the City of London.
Grimmauld Place number 12 is the home of Harry’s godfather, Sirius Black, and the headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix in London. It is said to be inspired by Lincoln’s Inn Fields, the city’s largest public square. However, in the film Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the terraced houses of Claremont Square were used as the exterior of Grimmauld Place. It’s normal to get confused; London is full of public squares and private gardens surrounded by beautiful townhouses.
To really know what it feels like to stay in one of these wonderful townhouses, take a look at this 1-bedroom apartment in Elgin Crescent, Notting Hill. This loft accommodation has access to a magical private garden, something you can only find in London. Plus, staying in one of these apartments during your city tour is the best way to discover how Londoners live. Take a look at our London holiday apartments to find out what we have to offer.
The creatures included in the Harry Potter universe range from the mundane to the fantastic. Some are magical beasts, some are common animals, and some are somewhere in between. Many of the creatures are described in great detail in Newt Scamander’s Fantastic Animals and Where to Find Them. Likewise, some of the creatures exist in folklore, in legends, or in mythologies. However, it should be noted that author JK Rowling does not always create her own versions of these creatures in a way that exactly matches the existing ones in the legends. For example, the Yeti and Bigfoot are not the same creatures in our world, but they are the world of Harry Potter.

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It’s an 8-eyed monster spider, which has the ability to speak. It originates from Borneo, where it lives in the Impenetrable Jungle. Its distinctive features include thick black hair covering its body, legs whose wingspan can reach up to four and a half meters, tweezers that produce a peculiar snap when excited or angry, and a poisonous secretion. It is carnivorous and prefers large prey. It weaves its fabric in the shape of a dome over the earth. The female is larger than the male, and can lay up to 100 eggs in one clutch. Soft and white, the eggs are as big as beach balls. Incubation lasts 6 to 8 weeks. These eggs have been designated as Class A Non-Tradable Goods by the Department of Regulation and Control of Magic Creatures, so their importation or sale is severely punished.
They are believed to have been created by magicians, possibly with the intention of guarding dwellings or treasures, as is often the case with magically bred monsters. Although they have an intelligence almost comparable to that of people, it is impossible to train them, as they are very dangerous for both magicians and Muggles. The first specimen of the Acromatula was seen in 1794. Certain sources speak of an Acromantula colony that would have been established in Scotland. It has already been proven that this colony lives in the Forbidden Forest of the Hogwarts School.