This picturesque loch in Scotland might just look familiar to eagle-eyed Harry Potter fans. Its island of trees, Eilean na Moine, was used as the setting for Albus Dumbledore's final resting place when he died in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Dumbledore's White Tomb was placed on Hogwarts ground, of course, but in actuality, the tomb was on Eilean na Moine, which was then superimposed onto Loch Arkaig, which is a totally different place in Scotland. But nevertheless, you can actually visit Loch Eilt and pay your final respects to inarguably the greatest wizard in the Harry Potter universe.
Pay Your Respects to Dumbledore at His Final Resting Place in Scotland originally posted on POPSUGAR Smart Living
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