Appendix:Harry Potter/Places

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The story of Harry Potter is mostly situated in Great Britain and mentions other real places such as France, Brazil, Europe and Middle East. There are various fictional locations with meaningful names in English and few in other languages. Among these locations, there are villages (Godric's Hollow; Little Hangleton), schools (Hogwarts; Beauxbatons; Durmstrang), pubs (The Three Bromsticks; The Leaky Cauldron), residences (Shell Cottage; Burrow), prisons (Azbakan, Nurmengard), one hospital (St. Mungo) and one bank (Gringotts).

The Ministry of Magic is described as having various departments, such as the Department of Magical Transportation and the Department of International Magical Cooperation. Similarly, the hospital St. Mungo is subdivided into few floors, most related to a type of situation to be healed, including Potions and Plant Poisoning and Magical Bugs and Diseases.


(proper noun) A fictional prison of wizards and witches.
(proper noun) A fictional French school for wizards and witches, whose full name is Beauxbatons Academy of Magic.
Diagon Alley[talk][citations]
(proper noun) A fictional high street of magical shops in London, hidden from muggles.
(proper noun) A fictional school for wizards and witches, whose full name is Durmstrang Institute for Magical Learning.
Floo Network[talk][citations]
(proper noun) The whole set of fictional fireplaces where it is possible to use Floo Powder.
(proper noun) A fictional British school North American school of magic, whose full name is Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
(proper noun) A fictional North American school of magic, full name of which is Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.