The beloved series of Harry Potter books and films came to a dramatic and satisfying conclusion with the seventh installment, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. After a long and difficult journey, Harry Potter ultimately defeats the evil Lord Voldemort and brings peace to the Wizarding World.
The final battle between Harry and Voldemort takes place in the Forbidden Forest. Voldemort casts the Killing Curse at Harry, but the spell rebounds, killing Voldemort instead. This is due to a powerful protection spell that was placed on Harry by his mother when he was a baby.
With Voldemort defeated, Harry uses the Elder Wand to repair his original wand before returning the Elder Wand to Dumbledore’s tomb. He then keeps his Invisibility Cloak and lets the Resurrection Stone remain lost.
The Wizarding World returns to peace. Harry, Ron, and Hermione return to Hogwarts to finish their seventh year. Harry is reunited with his godfather, Sirius Black, who had been killed by Voldemort in the fifth book. Harry then marries Ginny Weasley and they have three children.
The series ends with Harry, Ron, and Hermione standing on the Hogwarts Express platform, waving goodbye to their children as they board the train to begin their own magical adventures.
The ending of Harry Potter is both bittersweet and triumphant. Harry and his friends have gone through many trials and tribulations, but in the end, they have triumphed over evil and restored peace to the Wizarding World. The series serves as a reminder that love and friendship can conquer even the darkest of forces.