If you’ve wondered about the filming locations for Harry Potter and the Fantastic Beasts series, this book is the perfect companion and guide to help you explore maps, photographs, and anecdotes – plus a wealth of historical info to bring these places to life.
The “Harry Potter on Location: An Unofficial Review and Guide” book also includes many recommendations and tips to plan your own visit to Oxford and other filming locations and find all the spots used for the movies. A must-have for Harry Potter fans!
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