‘Smurf Village’ Is Being Forced to De-Smurf


Back in 2011, we told you about Júzcar, Spain, the village that was painted blue. It was a publicity stunt by Sony Pictures, who agreed to use 4,200 liters of blue paint to cover every house the village in order to promote its movie The Smurfs. But after the promotional period, the 250 or so resident of Júzcar voted to keep the blue color scheme. They discovered it to be quite a smurfy tourist attraction. Ever since, the town has been a destination for Smurf fans who travel from all over to see “the Smurf Village.”…

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