England is a country on the island of Great Britain in Northern Europe. It is bordered by Scotland and Wales, and its capital city is London. It is the central country of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is home to both Muggles and Wizardkind. The wizarding community in England is governed by the Ministry of Magic.
- The Hudbar family lives at 180 Privet Drive, Little Whinging in Surrey, England.
- The Prime Minister lives at Number Ten, Downing Street, London.
- Aunt Marge lives in the English countryside in a country town.
- Smeltings Academy and its staff are located somewhere outside London.
- The wizarding streets of Diagon Alley and Knockturn Alley are located in the city of London, the capital of this country.
- Their wizarding government is called the Ministry of Magic which is based in London just like the Muggle's government.
- Many of the wizards and witches in England have moved to areas with mixed magical and Muggle communities, such as Godric's Hollow and Ottery St. Catchpole.
- The Hogwarts Express leaves King's Cross Station from Platform Nine and Three-Quarters on 1 September to go to Hogwarts with all of the students.
Magical games and sports
- Magical games and sports fall under the control of the Department of Magical Games and Sports
- England hosted the final of the 1994 Quidditch World Cup.
- Shuntbumps is a popular game in Devon.
- Swivenhodge is a broom game that began in Herefordshire.
England is or has been home to the following Quidditch teams:
- The Appleby Arrows
- Barnton amateur Quidditch team
- The Chudley Cannons
- The English National Quidditch team
- The English under-17 Quidditch team
- The Falmouth Falcons
- Ilkley Quidditch team
- Lancashire Quidditch team
- Puddlemere United
- Puddlemere United reserve team
- The Tutshill Tornados
- The Wimbourne Wasps
- Yorkshire Quidditch team
England is or has been home to the following Quidditch pitches:
- Bodmin Moor Millenium Stadium
- English National Quidditch Stadium
- Exmoor Quidditch Stadium
- Ilkley Moor Quidditch Stadium
- Quidditch Trillenium Stadium
- Yorkshire Moors Quidditch Stadium
Magical creatures and plants
- The Bowtruckle is native to England, as well as Germany and Scandinavia.
- The Crup, a wizard-bred dog, is native to England.
- The Dirigible plum can be found in Ottery St. Catchpole, growing around the Lovegood House.
- The native range of the Hag is England, as well as Europe and Russia.
- The Porlock is a horse guardian native to England, as well as southern Ireland.
- Wild Ponies can be found in the New Forest in Hampshire, England.
- Pixies, being found chiefly in westernmost region of Great Britain, Cornwall, are also native to England.
Food and beverages
- A Cornish pastie is a pastry from Cornwall, England.
- Yorkshire pudding is a dish that originated in Yorkshire, England.
- Diagon Alley, London
- Horcrux cave
- Knockturn Alley, London
- Brockdale Bridge
- Budleigh Babberton
- Chipping Clodbury
- Horcrux cave, by the Sea
- Hut-on-the-Rock, on the Sea
- Isle of Wight, an island county located about five miles off the south coast of the English mainland.
- Charing Cross Road
- Elephant and Castle
- Grimmauld Place, London
- King's Cross Station, London
- Millennium Bridge
- Museum of Quidditch
- Paddington Station
- Post Office tower
- Private Hospital
- Pudding Lane
- Shaftesbury Avenue
- Tottenham Court Road
- Vauxhall Road
- Wool's Orphanage
- Mill Town
- Upper Barnton
- Cotswolds (partially)
- West Country, a region of southwestern England.
- Wimbourne Minster
- Wye River
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