Harry Potter say Farewell in Trafalgar Square

The shout of thousands of Harry Potter fans in central London who are willing to stay and camp out for tickets to the premiere of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 in Trafalgar Square, London, Thursday, July 7, 2011.

Emma Watson and JK Rowling could not hide their emotion, cried when she saw Harry Potter's loyal fans gathered, with Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, after taking the time giving autographs to their fans.

Good Bye Harry Potter! Yes, says the last series of Harry Potter movie, titled Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.

Goodbye Hogwarts magic school, no more lessons in the classroom magic, there is no atmosphere in the school environment and the unique school uniforms. Sequel to this film describes the last moments of the last Harry Potter entered the age of 17 years, the magic spell immunity inherited by his parents will soon be over. His enemy "You-Know-Who", "He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named", "the Dark Lord" or Lord Voldemort and and his friends have been waiting for that moment, Harry Potter could be destroyed.

Harry Potter fans shouting continued to reverberate as if they do not want to be apart of Trafalgar Square to witness the first week of July 2011.

Trafalgar Square is a tourist destination when visiting the UK, a public space in central London, England with the Nelson’s Column towering into the sky guarded by four lion statues at its base. Tourists love this place because this place is about the spectacular history of Admiral Nelson.

The name itself reminds us of Trafalgar Battle (1805) when British naval victory in the Napoleonic Wars. Trafalgar Square decorated in such a way to welcome the cast of Harry
Potter films
, seen the big stage in the middle of the field. The place gathering for thousands of fans and a kind of farewell ceremony. They have to stay for days in there armed with tents and blankets.

Interesting things in this place is at the center, the number of statues and sculptures in the square, with one plinth displaying changing pieces of contemporary art. Fascinating place as a gathering place and that's where Harry Potter fans to part with.

Has it been used to hearing the following term? Albus Dumbledore, Avrakedavra, Death Eaters, Muggle? Ah, if it does not mean the film is not for you!

Good bye Harry Potter!

(Many sources/Images CC, Asep Setiawan-London)


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