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With borders shared with Wales to the west and Scotland to the north, England makes up a large portion of the United Kingdom. England's terrain mostly comprises low hills and plains - but you will find uplands in the north and southwest. With London as it's capital, many muggles and wizards have found home here.

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  1. Greater London

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    Positioned in southeastern England, London is the capital of England & The United Kingdom. Known the world over for being one of the most famous cities, London is the center of British commerce and government for both muggles and wizards alike.

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  2. Ottery St. Catchpole

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    Ottery St. Catchpole is a small town located in Devon, England. It was presumably named after a Saint Catchpole. The village has both a Muggle and a magical community, the latter quietly established after the passing of the Statute of Secrecy in the seventeenth century.

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  3. Cokeworth

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    Cokeworth is a large town located in the midlands of England, Great Britain. It is a town with several streets of identical brick, terraced, houses. It is located near a dirty river, the bank of which is strewn with litter. There is a disused mill with a tall chimney in this town.

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  4. Little Whinging

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    Generally known as the childhood hometown of Harry Potter, Little Whinging has seen a surge of wizarding occupancy since the end of the second wizarding war. You can imagine the confusion when those who now reside in Number Four, Privet Drive see folks pointing at their home and walking away with hushed whispers.

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  5. Godric's Hollow

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    Godric's Hollow is a village in the West Country of England. It is a small community, which centers on a village square with only a church, a post office, a pub, and a few retail shops. The residential streets are lined with quaint cottages, and an are called Church Lane that leads up to the church. It has long been a mixed community - as far back as when Godric Gryffindor himself lived there.

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  6. Rural Residences

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    From rolling pastures and deserted moors to windswept hills and craggy cliffs, the possibilities of finding a home in the rural areas of England do not end with villages such as Godric's Hollow or Cokeworth.

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