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From the Sanfermines to Japan: the return to the Simpsons world on its 30th anniversary

2019-12-15T01:04:25.956Z

They have traveled the five continents (even with imagination) and on their route around the globe, the Simpsons, the most irreverent family clan on television, have not forgotten



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They have traveled the five continents (even with imagination) and on their route around the globe, the Simpsons, the most irreverent family clan on television, have not forgotten Spain. La Sagrada Familia or the Sanfermines de Pamplona are two of the national protagonists in appearing in the series. On the occasion of its 30th anniversary on the air (exact date: December 17), the Rumbo.es travel portal has created a tourist guide with many of the destinations that Homer, Bart and company have visited. We go through them.

Between the Sagrada Familia and Pamplona

The whole family in the Sagrada Familia.

The series created by Matt Groening has made many winks to traditions and specific places in Spain. Of course, so far, the only one who has set foot in our country is Homer , accompanied by a pen pal in the twenty-fifth season. He was in Barcelona walking in front of the Sagrada Familia . In another family visit to Iberian lands you can see them, red scarf around the neck, running through streets that emulate Pamplona until, finally, they reach the mythical sofa in their living room.

Tribute to Picasso's 'Guernica'

Picasso's 'Guernica' has also appeared in the series.

The Guernica painting by Pablo Picasso , exhibited at the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, also appears in a chapter of season 21 no less, back in 2009. The tribute to the Malaga painter comes in the form of graffiti. On the other hand, several Spaniards have been in Springfield, the Simpsons, such as actor Javier Barde m, who appears as a school inspector, or singer Enrique Iglesias performing Rhythm Divine .

Homer, from sumo wrestler in Japan

Japan has not been missing in the Simpsons chapters either.

In season 10, the Simpson family travels to Japan and Homer ends up competing in a sumo fight and from there straight to jail. Rumbo proposes to mark a gastronomic tribute in the Japanese country based on sushi as Lisa herself does. Other recommendations: tour the temples of Tokyo, get lost in the subway of the capital and attend a private exhibition of the classic tea ritual.

Diplomatic conflict with Australia by Bart

Homer in front of the Sydney Opera House.

When in the sixth season Lisa explains to Bart the effect Coriolis does not imagine that it would provoke a historical diplomatic conflict between the United States and Australia. His brother transgressor seeks to verify with a call to reverse collection that, indeed, the water of the toilet runs in the opposite direction and there begins chaos. The Simpsons travel to Australia to try to end the bilateral crisis that, to make matters worse, worsens. Those who want to see with their eyes run the water to the other side the first thing they should do is to process a visa in advance. The Sydney Opera House cannot be missing on the route, as does Homer himself.

From London to an African safari

London Buckingham Palace, in the series.

In season 15, the Simpsons travel to the United Kingdom and as soon as they arrive they confuse the Prime Minister with Mr. Bean. In London, for example, Homer also goes crazy driving to the point where he gets to crash his car against Buckingham Palace . Marge, Homer, Bart, Lisa and Maggie also coincided in an official act with the Queen, although it did not end very well. Rumbo offers them compensation by watching the changing of the guard or doing the Harry Potter tour . Not surprisingly, Lisa herself could talk to JK Rowling. The television family has also traveled to Brazil, Toronto or France , in addition to making a full-fledged safari through Africa.

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