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Harry Potter’s Grave Draws Tourists to Israeli Town

Posted by admin on Nov 18, 2010

Not the bespectacled teenage wizard created by author J.K. Rowling. This deceased Potter was a British soldier killed in 1939, and his grave is helping draw tourists to the backwater Israeli town of Ramle.

Ramle does not keep numbers on how many tourists flock to the grave in the town’s British military cemetery, but tour guides and the municipality say the tombstone has become a popular attraction, largely for domestic travelers.

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