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  • Gringotts Wizarding Bank
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  • The bank, run by goblins, towers over the other with its snowy white façade and bronzed, guarded doors. Gringotts vaults are buried deep below its main hall, accessed by taking bumpy, speedy cart rides through the rocky underground caverns. There are few safer places in the wizarding world than Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Students can visit Gringotts in the north side of Diagon Alley. Students must visit the bank as part of the storyline, and to receive their money, which they can then use to purchase items on their Shopping List from the shops in Diagon Alley.
  • Partway down Diagon Alley, near its intersection with Knockturn Alley, stands an imposing snow-white marble building: Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Towering over the other shops, it is the place where British witches and wizards store their money and other valuables, in vaults miles below ground. The vaults are heavily guarded.The centuries-old bank is run by goblins, and they alone know the secrets of the twisting underground passages and the enchantments (and creatures!) in place to defend against intruders. The goblins have a code that forbids them to speak of the bank's secrets, and would consider it "base treachery" to break any part of that code.There was a rumor that Cornelius Fudge was trying to take over Gringotts when he was Minister for Magic; however, as it was published in the Qui
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Affiliation
  • *British Ministry of Magic *Consortium of Goblinary Finance & Red-Nosed Wizard Investors
Residents
  • *Goblins *A Ukrainian Ironbelly
Name
  • Gringotts Wizarding Bank
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  • Business
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Inhabitants
  • Various
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  • 0
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Location
  • Diagon Alley
  • Diagon Alley , London, England
Magical or Muggle
  • Magical
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  • The bank, run by goblins, towers over the other with its snowy white façade and bronzed, guarded doors. Gringotts vaults are buried deep below its main hall, accessed by taking bumpy, speedy cart rides through the rocky underground caverns. There are few safer places in the wizarding world than Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Students can visit Gringotts in the north side of Diagon Alley. Students must visit the bank as part of the storyline, and to receive their money, which they can then use to purchase items on their Shopping List from the shops in Diagon Alley.
  • Partway down Diagon Alley, near its intersection with Knockturn Alley, stands an imposing snow-white marble building: Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Towering over the other shops, it is the place where British witches and wizards store their money and other valuables, in vaults miles below ground. The vaults are heavily guarded.The centuries-old bank is run by goblins, and they alone know the secrets of the twisting underground passages and the enchantments (and creatures!) in place to defend against intruders. The goblins have a code that forbids them to speak of the bank's secrets, and would consider it "base treachery" to break any part of that code.There was a rumor that Cornelius Fudge was trying to take over Gringotts when he was Minister for Magic; however, as it was published in the Quibbler, it was likely unsubstantiated. After the second war Gringotts was closed for a month for the first time since it opened. Gringotts was eventually taken over by Anna Sophia.
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