Entertainment Harry Potter: Hogwarts Castle lights for the 20th anniversary

19:31  03 december  2021
19:31  03 december  2021 Source:   de.euronews.com

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Twenty years ago, the first part of the "Harry Potter" -Saga celebrated his film debut. For the 20th anniversary, the Harry Potter castle shines in Hollywood at Christmas time in dazzling colors and lets fanhermen beat faster.

  Harry Potter: Schloss Hogwarts leuchtet zum 20. Jubiläum © AFP

"It's like in my childhood, something I loved, and I can be a little child again," says visitor Payton Campbell in the Universal Studios Hollywood.

"I'll start to see all the episodes I missed, you feel like in the movie," says a visitor from France. Hogwart's Castle in the California theme park is lit on the occasion of the 20-film anniversary and the Christmas season elaborately illuminated.

The first Harry Potter movie around the famous magic student, according to the novels of the British writer J.K. Rowling, celebrated in November 2001 in London world premiere with "the stone of the wise".

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