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Albus Dumbledore: "A safe house in Paris, reinforced with enchantments."
Newt Scamander: "Safe house? Why would I need a safe house in Paris?"
Albus Dumbledore: "One hopes you won't, but should things at some point go terribly wrong, it's good to have a place to go. You know, for a cup of tea."
Albus Dumbledore and Newton Scamander in 1927[src]

Flamel House was a 15th-century house located in Rue de Montmorency, in Paris, and was the home of famous alchemist Nicolas Flamel and his wife.

Description

It was the oldest stone house standing in Paris.[1] It had at least three floors,[2] with a wooden spiral staircase in the drawing room that led up to the second floor.

The drawing room was "creepy" and "medieval", sporting tapestries featuring moving pictures and odd runes. A crystal ball is kept on a table in a corner.[3] Flamel's alchemist's studio opens to the drawing room. Within the studio, there is a cupboard in which Flamel keeps glass vials and tubes, the Philosopher's Stone, and a padlocked book embossed with a phoenix.[4]

Interior Gallery

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. WP favicon Rue de Montmorency on Wikipedia
  2. Jacob Kowalski mentions that he had been looking for food but not found anything, and said he would try his luck upstairs, joking that maybe he will find something in the attic.
  3. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - The Original Screenplay, Scene 75
  4. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald - The Original Screenplay, Scene 86
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