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“ Wizarding Schools Around The World pt2 Uagadou: Although Africa has a number of smaller wizarding schools there is only one that has stood at least 1000 years and achieved an enviable international reputation: Uagadou. The largest of all wizarding schools, it welcomes students from all over the enormous continent. The only address ever given is ‘Mountains of the Moon’; visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside & shrouded in mist, so that it appears to float in…

“ Wizarding Schools Around The World pt2 Uagadou: Although Africa has a number of smaller wizarding schools there is only one that has stood at least 1000 years and achieved an enviable international reputation: Uagadou. The largest of all wizarding schools, it welcomes students from all over the enormous continent. The only address ever given is ‘Mountains of the Moon’; visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside & shrouded in mist, so that it appears to float in…

wizarding schools around the world:  Uagadou School of Magic #1: "Although Africa has a number of smaller wizarding schools, there is only one that has stood the test of time (at least 1000 years) achieving an enviable reputation. The largest of all wizarding schools, Uagadou welcomes students from all over the  continent. The only address ever given is ‘Mountains of the Moon’; visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside and shrouded in mist, appearing to float in…

wizarding schools around the world: Uagadou School of Magic #1: "Although Africa has a number of smaller wizarding schools, there is only one that has stood the test of time (at least 1000 years) achieving an enviable reputation. The largest of all wizarding schools, Uagadou welcomes students from all over the continent. The only address ever given is ‘Mountains of the Moon’; visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside and shrouded in mist, appearing to float in…

Uagadou School of Magic is located in the “Mountains of the Moon of Uganda. Visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside and shrouded in mist, so that it sometimes appears simply to float in mid-air.”

Uagadou School of Magic is located in the “Mountains of the Moon of Uganda. Visitors speak of a stunning edifice carved out of the mountainside and shrouded in mist, so that it sometimes appears simply to float in mid-air.”

Durmstrang. “Believed to be situated in the far north of Europe, Durmstrang is one of the most secretive of all schools about its whereabouts, so nobody can be quite certain. Visitors, who must comply with memory charms to erase their knowledge of how they got there, speak of vast, sprawling grounds with many stunning views, not least of the great, dark, spectral ship that is moored on a mountain lake behind the school.” Durmstrang is also known for teaching its students Dark Arts.

Durmstrang. “Believed to be situated in the far north of Europe, Durmstrang is one of the most secretive of all schools about its whereabouts, so nobody can be quite certain. Visitors, who must comply with memory charms to erase their knowledge of how they got there, speak of vast, sprawling grounds with many stunning views, not least of the great, dark, spectral ship that is moored on a mountain lake behind the school.” Durmstrang is also known for teaching its students Dark Arts.

Hogwarts subjects | Flying:        Flying, also known as Broom Flight Class, is a subject taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It is taught by Madam Hooch to first-years only. The subject teaches students how to fly broomsticks. In some lessons, the use of enchanted rings was used to guide flight.

Hogwarts subjects | Flying: Flying, also known as Broom Flight Class, is a subject taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It is taught by Madam Hooch to first-years only. The subject teaches students how to fly broomsticks. In some lessons, the use of enchanted rings was used to guide flight.

Living Africa: photography by Steve Bloom.  Pilgrim - Lalibela, Ethiopia  A pilgrim reads from a well-worn prayer book near the church at Bet Giorgis.    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/picturegalleries/3440146/Living-Africa-photography-by-Steve-Bloom.html?image=9

Living Africa: photography by Steve Bloom. Pilgrim - Lalibela, Ethiopia A pilgrim reads from a well-worn prayer book near the church at Bet Giorgis. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/picturegalleries/3440146/Living-Africa-photography-by-Steve-Bloom.html?image=9

wizarding schools around the world: Durmstrang Institute #1: “The Durmstrang Institute is the Scandinavian wizarding school, located in the northernmost regions of Norway/Sweden.The school, which presumably takes mainly northern European students, is willing to accept international students as far afield as Bulgaria. Durmstrang is one of the 3 schools that compete in the Triwizard Tournament. It is an old school, having existed since at least 1294, & is notorious for teaching the Dark Arts."

wizarding schools around the world: Durmstrang Institute #1: “The Durmstrang Institute is the Scandinavian wizarding school, located in the northernmost regions of Norway/Sweden.The school, which presumably takes mainly northern European students, is willing to accept international students as far afield as Bulgaria. Durmstrang is one of the 3 schools that compete in the Triwizard Tournament. It is an old school, having existed since at least 1294, & is notorious for teaching the Dark Arts."

wizarding schools around the world:  Uagadou School of Magic #2:  “Much (some would say all) magic originated in Africa, & graduates are especially well versed in Astronomy, Alchemy & Self-Transfiguration.  Students receive notice that they have gained entrance at Uagadou from Dream Messengers, sent by the headteacher of the day. The Dream Messenger will appear to the children as they sleep & will leave a token, usually an inscribed stone, which is found in the child's hand upon waking..."

wizarding schools around the world: Uagadou School of Magic #2: “Much (some would say all) magic originated in Africa, & graduates are especially well versed in Astronomy, Alchemy & Self-Transfiguration. Students receive notice that they have gained entrance at Uagadou from Dream Messengers, sent by the headteacher of the day. The Dream Messenger will appear to the children as they sleep & will leave a token, usually an inscribed stone, which is found in the child's hand upon waking..."

wizarding schools around the world: Beauxbatons Academy of Magic #2: “It is said that the stunning castle & grounds of this prestigious school were part-funded by alchemist gold, for Nicolas & Perenelle Flamel met at Beauxbatons in their youth; a fountain in the middle of the school’s park, believed to have healing & beautifying properties, is named for them. In the Dining Hall, wood nymphs serenade the students while they eat; at Christmas, the hall is adorned with glittering ice…

wizarding schools around the world: Beauxbatons Academy of Magic #2: “It is said that the stunning castle & grounds of this prestigious school were part-funded by alchemist gold, for Nicolas & Perenelle Flamel met at Beauxbatons in their youth; a fountain in the middle of the school’s park, believed to have healing & beautifying properties, is named for them. In the Dining Hall, wood nymphs serenade the students while they eat; at Christmas, the hall is adorned with glittering ice…

Seven… Like the number of books of the saga. Seven… Like the number of horcruxes…

Seven… Like the number of books of the saga. Seven… Like the number of horcruxes…

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