The Diagon Alley from Harry Potter can now be visited thanks to Street View
Harry Potter fans have something else to add to your library of links and references on Rowling’s work, since Google just added to Street View one full view and 360 degrees of Diagon Alley, or Diagon Alley by its original name English.
Obviously, it is not the Royal London alley accessed by magic, but the Warner Bros. studio Hertfortshire County, north of the capital. Thanks to Google Street View, you can give a full tour and visit all the shops and the small street, which include Gringotts Bank and MaginÃ s shop Ollivander wands.
The complete set was built for more than six months, including all stores and items for sale, you can watch several movies over the Harry Potter series. The Diagon Alley joins several other curious and exotic places that have a presence in Street View, as the abandoned house in Fukishima , or the mountains Everest and Aconcagua .
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