• Regions, counties, and territories A map of Argyllshire, a county in western Scotland, hangs on the second floor of Hogwarts. This map is where the Fat Lady hid after Sirius Black attacked her (PA9). Read More
• Creatures' homes, lairs, and territories • Regions, counties, and territories Arizona is a state in the American southwest. Much of the land is beautiful, arid desert. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Brookshire is almost certainly a fictitious county in England, home to the town of Crawford and therefore to Robert Wood. Robert is a (presumably fictitious) Muggle fan of J. K. Rowling, who writes to her on www.jkrowling.com in the F.A.Q. Poll section. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A county in the Scottish Highlands facing the North Sea. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A region in the northeastern tip of Spain, Catalonia is the native region of the Catalonian Fireball Dragon. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Coomloughra is the name of a valley in County Kerry Ireland. It is home to the Sayre family until Gormlaith Gaunt’s attack on their home. Nature is close at hand in Coomloughra valley and the Muggle inhabitants raise livestock. The Sayres’ cottage is named Ilvermorny (Pm). Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A Quidditch team from Cork, playing against the Lancashire team in 1385 in Lancashire, had to flee town to escape harm after winning the match (QA8). Cork is the second largest city in Ireland, located on its southern coast. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories The southwestern tip of England is the county of Cornwall, wherein lie Falmouth and Bodmin Moor. Cornwall makes up part of England’s West Country, along with Devon and Somerset. There is a Muggle Duke of Cornwall, a position with a wizarding connection since several centuries ago the Duke fathered Morgana,… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A county located in England’s West Country, Devon was where Shuntbumps, a now-defunct broomstick sport, once rose to popularity (QA2). Nicolas and Perenelle Flamel make their home there as well (PS13). Locations in Devon: Chudley, home of the Cannons Exmoor (partially; part of it also lies in Somerset) Ilfracombe… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Dorset is a county located on the southern coast of England that includes Wimbourne and Millburn. It is where Newt Scamander, author of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, lives with his wife Porpentina and their pet Kneazles. It is also the native home of the Porlock (FB). Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A fen is an alkaline wetland, in Britain found mostly near the eastern shore of England, in and near Norfolk. According to one of the Sorting Hat’s songs, Salazar Slytherin came from fen, suggesting that he was most likely from the eastern part of England (GF12). Read More
• Creatures' homes, lairs, and territories • Regions, counties, and territories One of the southern United States located at the mouth of the Mississippi River on the Gulf of Mexico. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A state in the Eastern U.S. on the coast of the North Atlantic. Part of the original Thirteen Colonies. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Nottinghamshire is a north-central English county and the home of Kennilworthy Whisp, the author of Quidditch Through the Ages (QA). It is also unsurprisingly the location of Nottingham. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Ohio is a state in the Midwest of the United States. Abel Treetops, who in 1832 tried to defraud wizards into buying what he claimed were tamed Wampus Cats, lived in Cincinnati, a city in Ohio. Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories The Sahara is found in northern Africa, spans several large countries, and is by far the largest desert in the world. It is also a place where, historically, Quidditch referees have turned up after wizards had transformed their brooms into Portkeys. This little bit of… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A county in England just southwest of London, Surrey is the location of Little Whinging, and thus is the county in which Harry grew up (PS3). Heaths, commons and woodlands abound in the area and much of the county is devoted to agriculture, while the market towns and villages… 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
• 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
• Cities • Regions, counties, and territories One of the western United States, as well as the name of the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. (District of Columbia). After the Great Sasquatch Rebellion of 1892, the location of MACUSA (Magical Congress of the United States) was moved  for a fifth time from Washington to New York City (Pm). Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories A largely rural region of southwestern England, the West Country is referred to in England as “the South” or “the Midwest” might be in the United States. (It includes Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset, according to the NSOED). It was here that the Death Eaters, with the help of at least… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories     Wiltshire, a county in south-central Britain west of London, is the starting point of the West Country – and the location of the Malfoy mansion (OP15). Wiltshire includes the Avebury Stone Circle, Salisbury Plain, and Stonehenge, as well as nine white chalk horses carved into… Read More
• Regions, counties, and territories Worcestershire is a county in western England, and formerly the location of a monastery of Franciscan friars, one of whom saw a Jarvey in the middle ages in the monastery’s herbe garden (FB). Upon research, there seems to have been only one such monastery in Worcestershire at the time, so… Read More