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Harry Potter fans, if you've got the time and the means to really traverse Scotland, there are several places you absolutely must see. The picturesque country in the UK not only played as the backdrop in many scenes of the Harry Potter films, but as a longtime devotee to Scotland, author J.K. Rowling also drew inspiration from the country while writing. From the cafe where the Harry Potter books were supposedly born to the lakes in each of the movies, Scotland has magic sprinkled all across it. For the ultimate guide on where to go, grab your broomstick - or a flight to Scotland - and keep reading.

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