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Russia

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Russia
Russia.png
Country Information
Continent: Europe and Asia
Language spoken: Russian
Capital city: Moscow
First appearance: "Simpson Tide"

Russia is a country in Europe and Asia and is currently the largest country in the world by land size. It's capitol city is Moscow.

History[edit]

Patty and Selma once visited Lenin's tomb.[1]

Homer once got into trouble with Russian authorities while he was in the navy.[2]

Russia's curling team also finished third in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, which the USA won.[3]

There is also a Russian District in Springfield which is very much like it is in Russia with things like street chess games.[4]

Some Russian models arrived at M after Moe transformd it into a more attractive place.[5]

Termites from Russia once infested the Simpsons' home after a Russian hockey player gave Lisa a hockey stick with the bugs in it.[6]

Zhenya and her father are from Russia. When Bart daydreams about Zhenya, he imagines the two of them in Russia and at Lenin's tomb.[7]

Non-canon[edit]

Donut Homer.png The contents of this article or section are considered to be non-canon and therefore may not have actually happened or existed.

During a lightning storm, a radio announcer stated that astronomers from Tacoma to Vladivostok were reporting an ionic disturbance in the vicinity of the Van Allen Belt, and that all necessary precautions should be taken. Homer, who was driving to the Lard Lad Donuts shop, dismissed the warnings and scoffed, "Eggheads... What do they know?"[8]

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