One of the most famous robberies of fiction continues to bear fruit Netflix, and its 4th season arrives this week at the service of streaming. In the mood for the new season, we have prepared a special about the cities that serve as the code name for Netflix's most famous burglars.
Warning: Contains spoilers in the following list.
Area: 400.49 km²
Main tourist attractions: Denver Botanic Garden, Denver Art Museum, Denver Zoo, Red Rocks Park.
The first North American representative during the assault, Ricardo Ramos is Denver, a character who has one of the most developed arcs in the course of the plot.
The homonymous city for the character is located in the state of Colorado, and is the 26th most populous city in the United States.
The city is passionate about sports, and is one of the few cities in the country that has teams in the main sports leagues in the United States, in the NFL (American Football League) the representative is the Denver Broncos, in the MLB representing the city's baseball Colorado Rockies, in the NBA, the biggest basketball league in the world, the Denver Nuggets, and in hockey representing the city in the NHL is the Denver Avalanche.
Despite reaching cold temperatures during the year, Denver is a very sunny city: there are an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, which makes it suitable for trips to the city's various parks, or even a bike ride in the city, since it has structure for this type of tour.
Curiosity: Denver Airport is the target of many conspiracy theories due to the mystery surrounding its construction and all the symbolism represented on its premises.
Area: 2,511 km²
Main tourist attractions: Kremlin, Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum, Bolshoi Theater, Tretyakov Gallery.
In addition to being the capital of Russia, Moscow is also the father of Denver in La casa de papel, a charismatic character dedicated to his son during his arc, a reinforcement for manual labor. Moscow is the most populous city among those used as codenames used in the series and the 7th most populous in the world.
In the course of its history, the city served as the capital of several states, such as medieval Moscow, the subsequent Czarado of Russia and the Soviet Union. During the Cold War, Moscow was the center of the so-called Eastern Bloc.
The city is served by an extensive transit network, which includes four international airports, nine railway terminals and one of the largest metro networks in the world, and which is second only to Tokyo in terms of number of passengers and recognized as one of the city's landmarks due to the rich and varied architecture of its 185 stations.
It is one of the largest economies in Europe, and represents 22% of Russian GDP, in addition to having the lowest unemployment rate of all Russian federal subdivisions.
The winter in Moscow is severe, reaching an average temperature of minus 15 ºC. However, the intense cold also reserves differentiated landscapes, such as the opportunity to see the city from Colina dos Pardais. From this point it is possible to glimpse the Moscow State University covered in snow.
Moscow is home to several museums, and like the museum, the city's architecture keeps its history alive, and counts it through its classic buildings like the red square.
Curiosity: Moscow residents are very fond of Japanese cuisine. So it is easy to find a restaurant that offers sushi on every street that the visitor passes.
Area: 686 km²
Main tourist attractions: Suomenlinna Fortress, Temppeliaukio Kirkko, Helsinki Cathedral, Monument to Sibelius, Senate Square.
The big guy Helsinque is a character who, despite all the serious look, proved to be a good guy during the series, the character goes through this transformation after the approach of Nairobi, of whom he becomes a great friend.
The city was founded in 1550 by the Swedish king Gustavo I, as an alternative to the city of Tallinn, in Estonia. In the 18th century, the Swedes built the Suomenlinna fortress in an attempt to protect the region from Russian expansionism.
The city's economy is based primarily on services. Most large Finnish companies have their headquarters in the Helsinki metropolitan region, due to international connections, logistics networks and labor availability in the city.
Helsinki has several parks and is designed with bike paths, the city has several stalls with gastronomic options of foods from different countries, a good option to see these options up close is Kauppatori, the market square, where it is possible to visit several gastronomic stalls and with souvenir options.
Curiosity: Helsinki holds Restaurant Day four times a year so that anyone can open a restaurant, cafe or bar for just one day without needing an official authorization, as long as they don't serve any alcoholic drinks.
Area: 454 km²
Main tourist attractions: Vigeland Park, Vikingskipshuset, Akershus Fortress, Frogner Park, Royal Palace, Oslo opera house.
Helsinki's brother is also named after a Scandinavian city, Oslo has the same profile as his brother at the beginning of the series, but is the first of the team to die.
Its assault code comes from the Norwegian capital, located in the southeast of the country and its population is approximately 673,469 people.
Oslo is considered a global city. For many years, it has been listed as one of the most expensive cities in the world, as well as other global capitals like Copenhagen, Paris and Tokyo. In 2009, however, the city had its status changed to the most expensive city in the world. The bus or subway in Oslo costs around R$ 80.
Oslo is located in a privileged location, on the edge of a huge bay, within the Oslo fjord, the Oslofjorden, in a region surrounded by forests, lakes and islands. Its geography is suitable for tourists who enjoy walks in parks, trails and nature walks.
Oslo's climate, which is classified as humid continental, is mitigated by the Gulf Stream, which makes temperatures milder in the Norwegian winter, especially in the southern and eastern parts of the country. In summer, the sun shines for more than 19 hours a day and temperatures range between 12 and 22 ° C.
A large number of festivals are held in Oslo, with an emphasis on Oslo Live, a rock and roll event, and the Oslo Jazz Festival, a six-day festival that takes place annually in August. Oslo's biggest rock festival is Øyafestivalen or simply Oya. It gathers about 60,000 people in the Eastern Medieval Park, and lasts four days. The Oslo World Music Festival features mainly local artists from Norway.
Another major event taking place in the city is the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, conducted by the Norwegian Nobel Institute.
Curiosity: The Oslo mini bottle museum has a collection of more than 53,000 bottles. It is the only museum of its kind in the world.
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