La Casa de Papel premieres in April its 4th season, being one of the biggest successes of the Netflix, with the mark of being the most watched non-American series on the platform.
The fans are already familiar with the personality of each character, aware that everything is set in the head of the leader of everything, the Teacher. Another known element is the codename of each character, which is defined by city names. Therefore, we have separated a list of the cities used in the assault for those who want to know all of them. See the list below.
Attention: Contains spoilers in the following list.
Area: 1,200,255 km²
Main tourist attractions: Copacabana, Ipanema, Corcovado, Arcos da Lapa, Maracanã, Museum of tomorrow.
Let's start with the character that has the code name of our wonderful city, played by Miguel Herrán, Rio has a huge prominence within the arch, including being the starting point for the third season. Its homonymous city, Rio de Janeiro is world famous for its beautiful landscapes, for being a Brazilian city has a tropical climate and its beaches are busy all year round (even if in a lesser flow in winter).
Part of the city was classified as a World Heritage Site, with the name “Rio de Janeiro: Carioca Landscape between the Mountain and the Sea” by UNESCO and categorized as a Cultural Landscape. In January last year, it was elected as the first World Architectural Capital by the agency.
The city is a full plate for those who like the coast, samba and historical sites, and has several sightseeing tours amid natural landscapes suitable for the whole family.
Curiosity: Rio de Janeiro is the most sought after tourist destination in the Southern Hemisphere.
Area: 2,188 km2
Main tourist attractions: Tokyo Tower, Imperial Palace, Tokyo Prefecture, Shibuya, Disney, Universal.
In addition to naming one of the first characters featured in the series, Tokyo is also the capital of Japan.
Like most cities in the land of the rising sun, Tokyo is a coastal city, located in Tokyo Bay and has several islands that form part of its region, all bathed by the Pacific Ocean.
The city has comfortable transportation through its railway network, the metro has 283 stations and 292 kilometers of lines, five times the length of the São Paulo metro.
The capital has several buildings and sophisticated architectural and technological facilities, including the birthplace of several Eastern multinationals. This technology in construction is a reference when we talk about earthquakes, since the country is a pioneer in seismic engineering systems, this is due to the fact that the region suffers from earthquakes on some occasions. Due to Tokyo's entire infrastructure to prevent damage from natural disasters, Tokyo ranked fourth in the “Structural Safety” category in the 2019 edition of the Safe Cities Index, losing to Barcelona, Osaka and Singapore.
This advanced engineering is also seen in sports centers, since the country has several new facilities built for the 2021 Olympics.
The gastronomy is focused on seafood, and a little different from the “Japanese food” that we know in Brazil, the city has more than 200 thousand restaurants, so there is no shortage of options.
In Tokyo there are several interesting places for entertainment fans, in addition to scenarios of films, series, manga and anime, there are several studios and shopping centers for items related to these works, such as the Akihabara neighborhood, and Fuji headquarters TV (broadcaster that broadcast anime such as Astro Boy, Dragon Ball, Digimon and Yu Yu Hakusho) in Odaiba.
Curiosity: Tokyo has a statue of the Gudam Unicorn in Odaiba.
Area: 696 km²
Main tourist attractions: National Park, Grand Mosque, Giraffe Center, Karen Blixen Museum, Nairobi Safari Walk.
The character of Alba Flores takes its name from Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, and has the largest industrial park in the country, with a focus on the railway sector, cigarette, food and beverage factories.
The city has a huge contrast between nature and the metropolitan area, making it interesting for different types of public regardless of taste.
It is the only large city in the world that has a wildlife park on its premises, in the park there are species such as lions, giraffes and black rhinos, in addition to housing more than 400 species of birds. The center of Nairobi is the area where the city's great buildings and constructions are concentrated, and the Kenyan night lighting is considered a separate attraction.
The city has the largest airport in central Africa, but has a large number of inhabitants living in conditions of poverty or extreme poverty, and one of the problems that compromise the economy and the living conditions of the country is the scarcity of water, caused drought and deforestation. Three of the four rivers that supplied the Ndakaini dam have dried up. In 2009, the problem was accentuated by the illegal diversion of water that would serve the city to irrigate farms. For this reason, the entire population, even the population One of the problems that compromise the economy and living conditions in the country is the scarcity of water, caused by drought and deforestation. Three of the four rivers that supplied the Ndakaini dam have dried up. In 2009, the problem was accentuated by the illegal diversion of water that would serve the city to irrigate farms. For this reason, the entire population, even in upscale neighborhoods, had to buy water to support rationing.
Curiosity: It has some unusual laws, there, it is illegal to poke your nose with your finger, every building has to be painted annually and if there are more than six people at a bus stop, it is mandatory that a queue be formed.
Area: 891.82 km²
Main tourist attractions: Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag Palace, East Side Gallery, Memorial to the Jews, Berliner Fernsehturm
The historic German capital gives name to one of the main characters of the first season, the city has enormous historical value, after all it was at the center of the two great wars in the 20th century. In this period the city was divided between the eastern and western areas, and was cut by the famous Berlin wall, which was demolished in 1989.
The average annual temperature is 9.4 ° C and the average annual precipitation is 578 mm. The hottest months are June, July and August, with average temperatures of 16.7 to 17.9 ° C. The coldest are December, January and February, with average temperatures of −0.4 to 1.2 ° C.
Berlin has an annual total of around 135 million visitors, which puts it in third place among the most visited cities in the European Union. Berlin is among the three main cities that host conventions in the world and is home to the largest convention center in Europe, the Internationales Congress Centrum (ICC).
In addition to tourism, the city has a huge industrial hub with a strong industry focused on motor racing.
Mobility is very fluid and the means of transport vary, after all, the city in addition to a huge railway network, still has some of the best roads in the world for getting around by car. Berlin has more bridges than Venice, with around 1700 bridges, while Venice has only 409. This is also due to the fact that Berlin is also much larger than the small Italian city.
The German capital has the largest train station in Europe. Inaugurated in 2006, Berlin Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) is a modern glass building with 321 meters wide.
The city is a good destination for those thinking about shopping on the old continent, the largest shopping center in Berlin is in Neukölln, in the south of the city, and covers 85,000 m², the city still has the largest department store in Western Europe, the Kaufhaus des Westens (Department Store of the West, in Portuguese), or KaDeWe, as it is better known, has more than 60,000 square meters, that is, four football fields. If we bring together all the malls in Berlin, the city has about 1,190,000 square meters dedicated to shopping.
The city's gastronomy mostly follows the German tradition, with several places to taste beers and traditional German sausages.
Curiosity: Berlin is the most populous city in the European Union.
The 4th season of The paper house arrives on Netflix on April 3rd.