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Main Street
Main Street is where most of the shops are located, but other roads branch off.
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Amanuensis Quills
This is where witches and wizards can purchase stationary such as parchment, different kinds of quills and different colours of ink. This store also sells owling equipment such as envelopes and sealing wax.
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Eeylops Owl Emporium
Eeylops is located at 521 Diagon Alley. It is also located next to Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment and Madam Malkin's. The shop itself is small and dimly lit due to the owls being nocturnal creatures. Although specialising in the sale of owls, cats and toads can also be found here. Eeylops also sells products to help take care of your owl such as food, cages and grooming supplies. Outside the shop, owls are perched in cages allowing the passing by shoppers to look at them.
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Flourish and Blotts
Flourish and Blotts is a bookshop established in 1454. Mostly used by Hogwarts students to buy their schoolbooks for the upcoming term, it is still very popular with older witches and wizards. The inside of the shop much resembles a library, with walls of books going from floor to ceiling, spanning over two stories. The display case routinely changes to show new releases and when closer to the start of term, displays some of the books on students' lists.
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Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlour
Owned and operated by Florean Fortescue before his untimely demise in 1996, Florean's Ice Cream Parlour was and still is everyone's favourite establishment. A small, colourful shop with seating both inside and out for those who want to enjoy the sometimes warm, London sun.
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Gringott's Wizarding Bank
Gringotts is the only bank in the wizarding world that is entirely owned and operated by Goblins. Located at the very end of Diagon Alley, it is rumoured to be the very first building and the rest of the alley grew up around it. Specialising in storage for money and other valuable items, Muggle families can also come here to exchange Muggle money for Wizarding money. It is rumoured that a dragon lies below the bank, guarding the more important vaults.
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The Leaky Cauldron
Doubling as a pub and a secret entrance to a magical world, The Leaky Cauldron is well known around London. It can be seen by both Wizards and Muggles, although the latter only see it as a broken down shop and don't pay it any attention. At the back of the shop, a brick wall stands in a courtyard, blocking access to Diagon Alley. One must tap a specific brick and move in an anti-clockwise fashion, tapping bricks as they go. The bricks will then move and form back into a wall when people walk through.

The pub in question has three floors. The ground floor gives you access to Diagon Alley and also has a bar stocked with bar stools. Beyond the bar are tables where patrons can sit if they want more than a drink. The second floor is a designated floor for renters. Rooms consist of the bare basics, having a bed, dresser, mirror, a nightstand and a lamp. The third floor is off limits to the public, reserved for staff and the landlord/lady.
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Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions
Madam Malkin's is a medium sized building located on the North side of Diagon Alley. It is vastly popular amongst witches and wizards of all ages. Amongst school robes, there are dress robes and travel cloaks sold here. When first entering the store, you will come to reception, which also doubles as the check-out. To the left, there is a staircase which leads to a storeroom and the office where all business goes down. To the right is a larger room with mirrors and stools made for fittings.
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Magical Menagerie
A shop in the north side of Diagon Alley, Magical Menagerie is a very cramped shop, with every inch of the walls covered by cages. Selling all kinds of different animals, such as poisonous orange snails, a giant jewel-encrusted tortoise, sleek black rats, owls, ravens, cats and Puffskeins.
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Morning Star Apartments
An apartment complex located off of Main Street, through one of the many alleys that branch off. Apartments here are two bedrooms and one bathroom, each with its own spacious floorplan designated to meet your every need. The complex itself is four levels high, with two apartments on each level.
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Ollivander's Wand Shop
Makers of fine wands since 382 BC, Ollivander's is the one place in Diagon Alley where students can get their ideal first wands. More than seventeen thousand boxes of wands were stacked, heaped, stuffed, packed and crammed throughout the shop, with only a twelve-foot high, sliding ladder available to reach the higher boxes. Each wand box is individually affixed with a label, which contained information about the wand inside such as the wand's core, its type of wood or other identifying data written in runes, alphabets and script styles from many different eras and countries.
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Quality Quidditch Supplies
Everything that an aspiring Quidditch players needs, wants or dreams of, the name of the shop explains exactly what it's about. Broomsticks, the balls required to play and necessary armour for playing the game, it's the best place to go when you need something Quidditch related. During Quidditch season, jerseys of the top teams will be for sale in the shop.
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Slug and Jiggers Apothecary
Slug and Jiggers Apothecary was established in 1207 and specialises in the sales of potions and potion ingredients. An old-fashioned shop with signs hanging from the trusses and a think sewage like smell hangs thick in the air. Some of the ingredients that can be found here are; cleaning solutions, dragon liver, rats tails, snake scales and bat wings.
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Weasley's Wizard Wheezes
Founded by the two best pranksters the wizarding world has ever seen, Weasley's Wizard Wheezes has everything an aspiring prankster could want. From Dungbombs to Trick Wands and Portable Swamps, caught with any of these at Hogwarts and you'll be in trouble. Also something for the ladies, including love potions, ten-second pimple vanishing cream, kissing concoction, daydream charms and everlasting eyelashes, the guys will be swooning for someone! Muggle magic tricks are also sold here, although they remain unpopular.
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Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment
Wiseacre's Wizarding Equipment is a shop in north side, Diagon Alley that sells a wide variety of magical instruments like telescropes and hourglasses. It is also known to sell cauldrons.
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Diagon Alley
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Located behind The Leaky Cauldron, this street is filled with wizarding shops on either side. It is almost always packed with people, especially when the term at Hogwarts is about to begin. Through a side street, an alley with an evil vibe, Knockturn Alley, brances off.
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