Godric's Hollow is a village of great interest. There Harry's problems start after Voldemort kills his parents. But let's find some más things about it! This is the part of History of Magic por Batilda Bagshot, which talks about it.
(harry potter and the deathly hollows, p261):
"Upon the signature of the International Statute of Secrecy in 1689, wizards went into hiding for good. It was natural, perhaps, that they formed their owns small communities within a community. Many small villages and hamlets attracted several magical families, who banded together for mutual support and protection. The villages of Tinworth in Cornual, Upper Flagley in Yorkshire and Ottery St Catchpole on the south coast of England were notable homesto knots of wizarding fmilies who lived alongside tolerant and sometimes Confunded Muggles. Most celebrated of these half-magical dwelling places are, perhaps, Godric's Hollow, the West Country village where the great wizard Godric Gryffindor was born, and were Bowman Wright, wizarding smith, forged the first Golden Snitch. The graveyard is full if names of ancient magical families, and this accounts ,no dubt, for the stories of hauntings that dogged the little church for many centuries"
Moreover, this place Ignatius Peverell is originated from and so does Bathilda Bagshot and Harry's dad, James Potter. Albus Dumbledore lived his childhood and adolescence there too.