The Shambles is actually a narrow narrow lane, said that in order to ensure that pork will not be sunny, narrow streets, rare sunshine.* About 100 meters, there used to be dozens of meat shops in this street. It is also the most well-preserved street in medieval Europe, lined by 14th century wooden structures, which was named Britain's most photographed street in 2010. It's also the prototype of Diagon Alley where wizards in the Harry Potter movies buy magic props and books. In the first episode, "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone", Hagrid takes Harry to the back door of the Cauldron Bar, knocks five times on the red brick wall with a magic wand, and the brick wall magically rotates apart to form an arch. "Welcome Harry. to Diagon Alley." Everything in front of him, the dreamlike street scene, dazzles Harry. The scene of the fantastic street in the movie is the street called The Shambles in York, which is translated into Chinese as "Meat Shop Street". Harry started school with things like robes, magic wands, dragon gloves, crucible No. 2, owls, quill pens, etc. but they were all bought in Diagonal Alley. This is a street that all fans must visit. TIPS - "The Shambles closes most stores at five o'clock, so go earlier.
Yorkshire Meat Shop Street. Crossing the back of Yorkshire Cathedral, you come to the most well-preserved street in medieval Europe. It is also the scene of "Diagonal Lane" in the "Harry Potter" series of movies. Since the 15th century, when official historical records have been made, this street has been a meatbed street, with small houses and very small intervals, close enough to shake hands across the street from the other people on the 2nd floor. Crossing medieval streets and breaking into magic diagonal alleys, Harry Potter fans who come to York must come to this street to see, this area has "ghost houses" oh.
To go to the church, you must pass through Shambles, the butcher's street. It's famous because it's the diagonal alley in Harry Potter. In fact, it used to be a street for meat, so it was put on the windowsill for fear of meat spoilage, and the apartment was so small that it could shake hands with people across the street on the second floor. Now there are all kinds of small shops in this street. They sell handicraft works, souvenirs, chocolates, cigars and so on. They stroll along the gravel road all the way. Although the rain is getting heavier and heavier, the lack of them does not affect the happy mood at all. One
The oldest street in Yorkshire, Yorkshire, does not know who is older than the Roman pillar in front of Yorkshire Cathedral. The streets are very narrow and narrow, and there are all kinds of small shops on both sides. In the past, the residents of the city often patronized them. If they were not called Meat Shop Street, they would be Daily Shop Street, so they are very busy. However, nowadays, most of the tourist shops serve tourists. It's kind of like Tianzifang in Shanghai or Nanluogu Lane in Beijing.
This is Yorker's most famous street, officially known as Shelbur Street, also known as Diagonal Alley. The streets are narrow and lined with medieval English ancient buildings and are full of shops, including some famous restaurants and crafts shops, which attract a large number of tourists every day. It's really worth visiting.
Yorkshire Meat Shop Street in the Old City of York, Harry Potter's scene, the place that Harry fans'sons like very much, very Yorkshire. Old streets are full of shops, which have little charm of the past. In the evening, accompanied by local folk songs and dances, time shuttles.
I can't wait to get to The Shambles, the most complete and oldest medieval street in Britain so far. It's also the prototype of the "Diagonal Lane" where magicians in the "Harry Potter" movies buy all kinds of magic props and books. In the past, there were meat shops, where meat tended to rot in the sun, and the slate roads were narrowed to avoid excessive direct sunlight.
A short section of the street, there are many tourists, especially at the Harry Potter props store entrance, the queue is very long, at least more than 30 minutes. When I passed in the morning, I found that there were few tourists and it was good to take pictures. The evening is a little scary. The black-fearless visitors can sign up for the night's ghost tour. There are also people wearing black cloaks and hats in the streets, dressed as a Victorian gentleman, who can take pictures with him, but he is mainly a staff member who sells ghost tours.