• Countries A country in Africa and home to the Sumbawanga Sunrays Quidditch team. (QA8)… Read More
• Cities A small, South American city perched on the edge of the Amazon rainforest in Peru, this “city of palms” is the home of South America’s most famous Quidditch team, the Tarapoto Tree-Skimmers (QA8). Read More
• Place A small city in central Togo, Tchamba is home to the Tchamba Charmers, a Quidditch team known for being “masters of the reverse pass” (QA8).  … Read More
• Houses and addresses The home of Ted and Andromeda Black Tonks, this house was the safe location to which Harry and Hagrid flew while moving Harry permanently out of number four, Privet Drive, crashing into the back garden (DH4). The house’s protective charms were apparently enough to keep out even Voldemort. We… Read More
• Lakes and marshes The muddy pond is located near the garden at Andromeda and Ted Tonks’ house. Harry and Hagrid crash Sirius’ motorbike in the pond while escaping from Voldemort during the Battle of the Seven Potters. Read More
• Creatures' homes, lairs, and territories • Regions, counties, and territories State in the eastern US. The mountains and forests of eastern Tennessee are home to the Wampus Cat (Pm). Read More
• Businesses, merchants, and shops Terrortours is a wizarding travel agency (DP3). Read More
• Nature preserves In Thundelarra, a small station in the wilderness of the Australian Outback, it is easy to imagine space for a Quidditch stadium – and so the Thundelarra Thunderers, who dominated the Australian Quidditch League for much of the twentieth century, call this region their home (QA8). Read More
• Businesses, merchants, and shops Manufacturers of the Thunderbolt series of brooms, located in the English city of Manchester, a competitor of Firebolt brooms. Read More
• Place Tibet is a region of southwestern China famous for its beautiful, high mountains and for the spiritual lives and offerings of many of its people.  It is also famous in both the Muggle world and wizarding world for its Yeti – along with the Loch Ness Monster, one of the… Read More
• City places • Muggle places • Public places Times Square is a large, public square in Manhattan in New York City, surrounded by Broadway, 7th Ave, 46th, and 47th street. Near the end of Fantastic Beasts, this is one of the locations where Graves encounters the Obscurus. Read More
• Wizarding villages Though a Muggle village, Tinworth has been a place where wizarding families have congregated for hundreds of years, much like Godric’s Hollow and Ottery St. Catchpole (DH16). Among the town’s current wizarding residents are Bill and Fleur Weasley, whose Shell Cottage home is on the outskirts of Tinworth (… Read More
• Countries A country in West Africa and home to the Quidditch team, the Tchamba Charmers. (QA8)… Read More
• Towns A suburb of Exeter in Devon, England, Topsham is a coastal town that is over seven hundred years old. It is also the home of Madam Z. Nettles, a witch who used Kwikspell to improve her magical abilities. Her statement is part of the Kwikspell literature that Harry once read… Read More
• Streets, alleys, and lanes When Bill and Fleur’s wedding was interrupted by Death Eaters, Hermione grabbed Harry and Ron as fast as she could and Apparated with them to the first Muggle place she thought of – Tottenham Court Road, in London. There they try to hide briefly in a Muggle cafe, though they… Read More
• Cities The most successful Japanese Quidditch team is based in Toyohashi – the Toyohashi Tengu. From an international perspective, this team is rather unusual in that it ceremonially sets fire to its brooms following each defeat (QA8). The city of Toyohashi, located on Japan’s southern Pacific coast, is thousands of years… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds This classroom, where McGonagall teaches Transfiguration, was filled with separate desks for each student (CS16). It also had a teacher’s desk (PS8). Its location is unknown, although it is located “miles away” from the third-floor Defence Against the Dark Arts office (OP32). Harry, with Ron and Hermione’s… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Though once a sovereign nation in its own right, Transylvania became part of Romania after World War I and has remained so ever since. It is of course also known for being the setting of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, giving it a stereotyped association with vampires and… Read More
• Hogwarts castle and grounds Hogwarts has a trophy room where all the old awards, trophies, statues, cups, plates, shields, and medals are kept in crystal display cases. There is also a list of all the head boys and girls. Draco Malfoy sets the trophy room as the meeting place for the midnight duel (… Read More
• Creatures' homes, lairs, and territories This semi-derelict hovel in Yorkshire was where Remus Lupin was living when Albus Dumbledore came to call during the summer of 1993. The Headmaster offered Lupin the job of Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, adding that there would be a limitless supply of Wolfsbane Potion, available thanks to Snape… Read More
• Countries Bridging the border between southeastern Europe and the Middle East, Turkey (and the former Ottoman Empire) has found itself literally and figuratively caught in the middle of a number of large events throughout history, though the country as it currently stands has existed for less than a century. Read More
• Towns Home of the Tutshill Tornados, a member of the British and Irish Quidditch League with a long history of success (QA7). Tutshill itself is a town in southeastern Wales, east of Newport. See also the Muggle Encyclopedia entry for Tutshill. Read More
• Businesses, merchants, and shops An upscale clothing shop located in Diagon Alley. After encountering Harry, Ron, and ‘mudblood’ Hermione in Madam Malkin’s, Narcissa and Draco Malfoy took their business to Twilfitt and Tattings instead (HBP6, Pm). Read More