The Spanish crime series “La Casa de Papel” is seeing incredible popularity these days.
The hit series about robbers is the most watched series on all streaming platforms, as well as Netflix Srbija during the corona of the virus.
Also, her distinctive Dali masks and red overalls have become a favorite outfit at masquerades around the world for the last year.
We have decided to reveal ourselves to you locations from the most famous scenes.
La Casa de Papel – a four-season contagion mainly based in Madrid
Once you start watching this series, which is completely addictive, you will understand why this one is crime drama has become a worldwide phenomenon. It's like the shop doesn't have to be located in America to enjoy a series.
La Casa de Papel is a pure “Madrid thing”, if we know that all four seasons are located in Madrid.
The first and second seasons are mostly happening behind closed doors of Madrid's Royal Mint.
Everything starts when a gang of robbers in red overalls wearing Salvador Dali's masks breaks into a mint. Goal? Printing your own batch of unmanageable money.
First and second season – La Fabrica Nacional de Moneda
Real La Fabrica Nacional de Moneda, is not the type of building wyou can shoot a series. No one would give you permission to do that. Accordingly, she was found replacement – the equally large Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas (CSIC), or the Spanish National Research Council.
This scientific institute was built in the 1930s. But with its staircase entry and what series creator Alex Pina calls “that powerful neo-classicist atmosp/strong>”Looks a lot older. Certainly more than a real mint located on Calle de Jorge Juan Street.
Of course, most of the interior scenes were shot in the studio at Colmenar Viejo, north of Madrid, but spaces were used for special scenes.
When the hostages are taken aboard in the first part, this was taken on the roof of the Air Force and Space School at the University of Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieria.
The ABC newsroom used the scenes of money printing in the city of Torrejon de Ardoz.
In case you were wondering, while the print of the money was realistically displayed, the money that was “allegedly” produced had to look far bigger and different from the real one.
Hunting house wit all started…
While the gang is in the Royal Mint, the mastermind behind the robbery, El Professor (Alvaro Morte), is in an warehouse, filmed in San Blas in the east of the city.
In flashbacks, We see the professor gathering a gang and presenting the whole plan on the hunting estate. The property is Finco El Gasco, near the Torrelodones.
Favorite wedding venue, 11-room house, it is located about 32 kilometers northwest of Madrid.
Season Three and Four – Banco de Espana
For parts three and four, taken backwards, as they were for the first two seasons, the focus was on the Bank of Spain.
The Real Banco de Espana is located in Calle de Alcala, downtown, but footage from the series, which is “acting”, was actually taken at the Ministry of Public Works and Transport.
Ministerio de Fomento is one of the government offices built in the 1930s and 40s, on the Paseo de la Castellana, in the north of the city.
The interiors were created this time at the Netfilx studio in Tres Cantos, known as Madrid Content City.
Scene that opens season four – Zeppelin over Madrid
The scene that starts the fourth season, when we see the euro banknotes falling from the sky, it was filmed on a modern, pedestrian-friendly Plaza del Callao, right in the heart of the city.
This time instead of the hunting lodge, The gang was reportedly in an Italian monastery to plan a new robbery, but this was also filmed in Spain.
For exteriors they used the church of Ermita de San Frutos, from the 12th century. This beautiful but largely dilapidated church is located in Carrascal del Rio, about 144 kilometers away north of Madrid, with spectacular views of the Hoces del Rio Duraton Park and the Duraton River.
Most of the interiors – including those at Berlin's dazzling wedding (Pedro Alonso) – were filmed at Abadia de Parraces, a 16th-century abbey in Segovia, about 90 kilometers from the capital.
Exotic destinations mark the third season of the series
The third part of the series was a step outside the home country, with a series of introductory scenes that were filmed around the world.
At the very beginning of the third we see lovers Tokyo (Ursula Corbero) and Rio (Miguel Herran) in the Caribbean – more specifically, the beautiful Panama Archipelago of Guna Iala.
Then Tokyo leaves to the Professor who lives near the ornate, unfinished Temple of Truth, in magical Pattaya, Thailand.
Berlin, meanwhile, is in Italy – but this time really. These scenes were filmed in Florence on Piazzale Michelangelo and, no doubt, on Piazza del Duomo.
Also, the underwater scenes in part three were shot in the UK, at Pinewood Studios, which also made the latest Bond movie – No time to die.
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