The imposing castle-like façade of George Heriot’s School - with four turrets and a quadrangle - has obvious architectural similarities to the wizarding school of Hogwarts.Heriot’s also has four houses which pupils belong to, and it’s likely that Lauriston, Greyfriars, Raeburn and Castle partially inspired Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw.
The toilets in the cafe have become a shrine to the world of Hogwarts, with fans leaving Harry Potter graffiti all over the walls.
A long-established film location, in the City of London (it’s just beneath the famous Lloyd’s Building).
The market itself has been a frequent film location.
You can dress up in clothes from all four houses (Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff), and even Death Eater-specifics like masks and dark marks.
He was left with a broken neck, a punctured lung, 15 broken ribs, fractures in both breastbones and breaks in his right leg after the collision.