• Buildings • Houses and addresses Newt Scamander’s house in London was an otherwise-normal home with a basement that served as a menagerie and hospital for magical creatures (CG). Exterior: Newt’s home was a typical-looking yellow brick nineteenth-century house on a street of similar houses (CG). Upper part of the house: The above-ground part of Newt’s… Read More
• Buildings Nurmengard is a towering, “jet-black” wizarding prison built by Gellert Grindelwald to hold his enemies, quite¬†a forbidding place (DH18, DH23). Carved over the entrance is Grindelwald’s grim mantra: “For the Greater Good” (DH18). And when Grindelwald was defeated by Albus Dumbledore in 1945, he himself was placed… Read More