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Where Is Harry Potter Filmed?

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Most of the Harry Potter film was filmed in and around the United Kingdom. The locations used in the filming of the film include Alnwick Castle which is located in Northumberland was used for the exterior shooting and filming involving Hogwarts.

The Bodleian Library at Oxford along with the Divinity school and Duke Humfrey's Library were used extensively for the interiors of Hogwarts. Christchurch in Oxford was also used for depicting the interiors.

The cloisters of Glouchester Cathedral were used for the corridor scenes at Hogwarts. Hogsmead station was actually Yorkshire's Goathland station. The platform from which the children board the train was platform four at London's King Cross Station.

London Zoo was used for the filming of the scene where Harry first talks to a snake. These and several other places make up part of tours that are offered in England based on the Harry Potter series of fictional films and literature.
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It was mainly filmed in london but also throughout the rest of the u.k. Such as the train station in london and castle in scotland
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Harry Potter is filmed all around the UK
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London for sure
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Pinewood studios, shepperton studios and he castle is somewhere in scotland. Theese are the main filming spots. My auntie works for pinewood soo I would know this is the truth
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It was like, basically shot in London in a studio (imaoo ) sum thing like wimeo / vinmeo or sum thing like it ..

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