Wizarding World


This was a long time coming.

As you know, I kind of like the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and beyond, so it is only fitting that it has a page dedicated to it, I will add some stuff to this one, as I go.

I hope you noticed the sarcasm back there “kind of like”, it is a bit of an understatement of course, I absolutely love and adore anything in the Wizarding World, which is exactly why I am doing this page. Here we go.

The Books

The main books, of course, everyone knows them, you don’t? If you have never read the books but watched all the movies, then shame on you, because this is a Saga you absolutely must-read no matter what, at least once in your life, you will not be sorry, and it does not matter how old you are. There are 7 Books, which you must read in this order.

The Main Saga

  1. The Philosopher Stone
  2. The Chamber of Secrets
  3. The Prisoner of Azkaban
  4. The Goblet of Fire
  5. The Order of the Phoenix
  6. The Half-blood Prince
  7. The Deathly Hallows

The Side-Stories or New Ones

These stories might be new and not, but they contain facts from the past, except for The Cursed Child, and if you are a fan then you must know them by heart by now, and if not, you might want to read first the main books and then this one, it will make everything so much easier.


I will add more to this, but if you are just as totally engrossed in this world no matter how much time passes then you will love everything that it is to come in here. Let me know which House you are in. I am a Slytherin.

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Wizarding World Landmarks

  • Godric’s Hollow

Historically important to the wizarding world, it is the celebrated village where Voldemort was first defeated.

Cottages stood on either side of the narrow road… A short way ahead a golden glow of streetlights indicated the centre of the village… Behind the church, row upon row of snowy tombstones protruded from a blanket of pale blue that was flecked with dazzling red, gold, and green wherever the reflections from the stained glass hit the snow.

  • Hogsmeade

Hogsmeade looked like a Christmas card; the little thatched cottages and shops were all covered in a layer of crisp snow; there were holly wreaths on the doors and strings of enchanted candles hanging in the trees.

St Mungo’s Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries

“They were in what seemed to be a crowded reception area where rows of witches and wizards sat upon rickety wooden chairs, some looking perfectly normal and perusing out-of-date copies of Witch Weekly, others sporting gruesome disfigurements such as elephant trunks or extra hands sticking out of their chests. The room was scarcely less quiet than the street outside, for many of the patients were making very peculiar noises… Witches and wizards in lime-green robes were walking up and down the rows, asking questions and making notes on clipboards like Umbridge’s. Harry noticed the emblem embroidered on their chests: a wand and bone, crossed.”

Also on this, JK Rowling wrote on Wizarding World about illness and more, and referring what might happen to wizards and witches if they were sick.

  • Gringotts Wizarding Bank
  • Azkaban

An Island in the North Sea.

They don’t need walls and water to keep the prisoners in, not when they’re trapped inside their own heads, incapable of a single cheerful thought. Most go mad within weeks.

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