Place Cachée is a wizarding street, similar to Diagon Alley, accessed through a Magical Bronze Statue. [2] [3]

Location

The Statue to access Place Cachée is located at the juncture of Rue Richer and Rue Girardon. Both streets and Boulevard Voltaire are known to be part of Place Cachée and therefore the location of several wizarding shops and similar.

History

1300s-1400s

In 1392 Quidditch shop Gaston McAaron was opened.

In 1485 Monsieur Sanfin Chaudrons shop was opened.

1600s

In 1614, the shop selling wands Cosme Acajor was opened.

In 1634 the pub Griffon Buveur opens its doors.

1927

In 1927, the Circus Arcanus moved into the Rue Girardon and displayed various spectacles.[2]

Known locations

Etymology

"Place Cachée" (lit. "Hidden Place") is the French equivalent of the side road.[4]

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. www.lepoint.fr
  2. 2.0 2.1 Twitter:LePointPop
  3. Quote: "Like the brick wall behind the Leaky Cauldron in London, the portal to the wizarding world is hiding in plain sight. A beautiful bronze statue comes to life when approached by wizards and witches, lifting her robes to reveal entrance to Place Cachée. There are wonderful (...) in the (...) area of Montmartre, which are reminiscent of those featured in the film"
  4. MinaLima Releases Map of the Wizarding World in Paris While J.K. Rowling and Globus Mundi Hint at Future ‘Fantastic’ Destinations!
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