The Spanish crime series Money Heist, or its Spanish title La Casa de Papel, is back for Part 5, which was previously reported to be the final chapter of the season.

The nail biting premise picks up within the Bank of Spain, where the red-suited gang is trapped without an escape plan from their leader, the Professor. In amongst the heart-racing tension of Money Heist’s final part, fans are wondering where some of the filming locations took place, and we’ve highlighted the areas below.

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Money Heist Season 5 Filming Locations

The fan-favorite show has filmed at a variety of worldwide hot spots during its previous four parts, including Piazza Del Duomo in Florence, Italy, Palawan Island in the Philippines, Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya, Thailand, and Solo, Indonesia.

It was reported that filming for Money Heist Part 5 concluded in May 2021, with all of the cast and crew adhering to new social distancing and pandemic-related protocols.

Denmark

Various reports and social media posts confirmed that many of the actors, including Pedro Alonso, Luka Peroš, and Diana Gómez, were spotted filming on location within Denmark.

Danish publications also confirmed that filming for Money Heist Part 5 took place in the Danish City Nyhavn – a 17th-century waterfront and canal district located within Copenhagen.

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Bank of Spain Filming Locations

The production of Money Heist used the Ministerio de Fomento, the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, located in Madrid, to shoot exterior shots that stood in for the front of the Bank of Spain – the location of Part 5’s heist.

The real Bank of Spain was not allowing visitors nor filming to take place for security reasons, leading the producers to recreate the bank at a two-stage level. Interior shots took place on stages, where the crew recreated various sculptures and architectural designs inspired by Spanish architect Francisco Franco.

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