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Described as fabulous, this building is a large, square edifice constructed out of golden rock. It is often compared to a temple. The castle is under an enchantment that makes it appear as a ruin to the few Muggles who chanced upon it. Hogwarts Castle was concealed from Muggles in the same manner, whether it is unknown who first came up with the idea.
Behind the scenes
- Based on Pottermore's depiction, the Castelobruxo castle resembles a Mesoamerican pyramid. These structures were usually step pyramids with temples on top.
- The castle being made of golden rock may be in reference to the the various legends of "cities of gold" in Central and South America, such as El Dorado or the City of the Caesars.
- Pottermore (Mentioned only)