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Most Popular Fictional Character From Each Country

Armenia – Crimson Dynamo, Marvel Comics Universe
Austria – Brüno Gehard, Brüno, Ali G Show
Belgium – Hercule Poirot, Agata Christie Novels
Bulgaria – Katherine Pierce, The Vampire Diaries
Croatia – Dr. Luka Kovač, ER
Czech Republic – Švejk, The Good Soldier Švejk
Denmark – Prince Hamlet
Finland – The Snow Queen
France – Quasimodo, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Georgia – Xenia Onatopp, GoldenEye
Germany – Snow White
Greece – Xena, Xena: Warrior Princess
Hungary – Selene, Underworld
Ireland – Chief Wiggum, The Simpsons
Italy – Pinocchio
Kazakhstan – Borat Sagdiyev, Borat, Ali G Show
Latvia – Auric Goldfinger, Goldfinger
Lithuania – Hannibal Lecter, The Silence of the Lambs
Netherlands – Johan van der Smut, Austin Powers in Goldmember
Norway – Harry Hole, Jo Nesbø Novels
Poland – Jaws (Zbigniew Krycsiwiki), James Bond Franchise
Portugal – Zé Povinho
Romania – Dracula
Russia – Max Otto von Stierlitz
Spain – Don Quixote
Sweden – Pippi Longstocking
Switzerland – William Tell
Turkey – Keyser Söze, The Usual Suspects
Ukraine – Oleg, 2 Broke Girls
United Kingdom – James Bond

4 thoughts on “Most Popular Fictional Character From Each Country”

  1. yush says:

    I am polish and have no single idea who is that Zbigniew Krycsi…something. And Jaws. And i am 32.

  2. eleni says:

    I am Greek and I confirm.

  3. MWnyc says:

    Borat is most certainly not Kazakhstan’s favorite character.

    (And I rather doubt that Brüno is Austria’s.)

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