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From Warner Bros. Studios in Watford to The Elephant House cafe in Edinburgh, the UK is littered with all sorts of Harry Potter-related attractions and filming locations. But out of all the cities, towns and even small villages that have been featured in the films, no city has more Potter-related locations than London, and that's a muggle fact.

Jack the Ripper is the name given to one of history’s most famous serial killers, who is believed to have at least five victims in the Whitechapel area of London from 1888 onwards.

The true identity of the killer was never revealed, and this classic murder mystery has had people hooked all over the globe ever since.

When it comes to ancient architecture, the oldest buildings in most cities are usually churches and cathedrals.

While London has a history dating back almost 2,000 years, unfortunately most of it’s churches were lost in the Great Fire in 1666.

And in a double-whammy, some of those which survived were then destroyed in the Blitz during the Second World War or to modern redevelopment.

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