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11 famous Harry Potter filming locations in Scotland

The Harry Potter franchise continues to enthral fans of all ages, and both the books and films are read and watched over and over again.

But did you know that some of the most famous scenes in the Harry Potter films were filmed in Scotland? Here are 11 Scottish locations that featured in the Harry Potter movies.

During the filming of Prisoner of Azkaban, a replica of Hagrid's Hut was built beside Torren Lochan in Clachaig Gully, complete with a pumpkin patch and smoking chimney.

5. Torren Lochan

During the filming of Prisoner of Azkaban, a replica of Hagrid's Hut was built beside Torren Lochan in Clachaig Gully, complete with a pumpkin patch and smoking chimney.
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Glen Coe is the backdrop that appears in several movies in the franchise, but one of the most memorable scenes filmed here was when Hermione punches Draco Malfoy.

6. Glen Coe

Glen Coe is the backdrop that appears in several movies in the franchise, but one of the most memorable scenes filmed here was when Hermione punches Draco Malfoy.
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Loch Etive is the place where where Harry, Ron and Hermione land in ice-cold water after they escape London in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.

7. Loch Etive

Loch Etive is the place where where Harry, Ron and Hermione land in ice-cold water after they escape London in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
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This Loch is the place where Buckbeak dips a toe in the water in the third Harry Potter film, Prisoner of Azkaban film.

8. Loch Shiel

This Loch is the place where Buckbeak dips a toe in the water in the third Harry Potter film, Prisoner of Azkaban film.
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