Presentation on theme: "SIGHTSEEING TOUR. Hogwarts School was actually filmed in different places."— Presentation transcript:
Hogwarts School was actually filmed in different places.
Alnwick Castle, Northumberland
This castle is open to the public from March to October
The Dining Hall of Hogwarts
Christ Church College, Oxford
Professor McGonagall greeted Harry on the 16th century staircase.
Hogwarts’ Library is in fact the Bodleian Library of Oxford University.
The Bodleian Library has about 9 million books
The cloisters of Gloucester Cathedral were used as the corridors of Hogwarts.
Built in 1089, the cathedral is famous for its stained glass windows
The Gloucester cloisters are also remarkable for their fan vaulting.
The Lavatorium is where Harry and Ron hide from a giant troll.
Cathedral, Durham Durham Cathedral, Durham
Harry Potter was walking through the cloisters of Durham Cathedral.
Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire
Cauldron used in Defence Against the Dark Arts classroom.
Glennfinnan Viaduct, Scotland
Choose the right answer The Great Hall of Christ Church College was built in:
Choose the right answer: The Bodleian Library has one of the largest collections of books in the world. It has … 1. About 7 million 2. About 8 million 3. About 9 million 4. About 10 million
Choose the right answer: Where do Hagrid and Dumbledore look-alikes perform magic shows? 1. Alnwick Castles 2. Lacock Abbey 3. Durham Cathedral 4. Gloucester Cathedral
Choose the right answer: Lacock Abbey for over 300 years served as a : 1. monastery 2. nunnery 3. castle 4. cathedral
Choose the right answer: The Hogwarts express train is filmed in an actual railway line that was built between:
Match numbers with letters 1.Harry Potter’s broom flying lessons were shot on the grounds of 2.The magnificent dining room in Hogwarts is 3.Some of Hogwarts’ corridors and classrooms were shot at a)Durham Cathedral b)the Great Hall of Christ Church College c)Alnwick Castle
Match numbers with letters What are they famous for? 1.Durham Cathedral 2.Gloucester Cathedral 3.Bodleian Library a)one of the largest collections of books in the world b)the vaulted ceilings and glass stained windows c)the beautiful setting
Answer the questions 1. Which of the castles is called“ The Windsor of the North”? Alnwick Castle 2. When and why was the roof of Christ Church College reconstructed? A fire in the 18 th century.
Answer the questions 3. Which building was voted the nation’s best loved? Durham Cathedral 4. What is special about Gothic windows in Durham’s cloisters? open to the elements
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