Man, if I didn't know better, I'd say The Simpsons don’t care much for geographical accuracy. The third level of The Simpsons Game, Around the World in 80 Bites, centers on an elaborate food eating contest that showcases cuisines from across the globe. Each mini-land contains famous landmarks to clarify what national food Homer is inhaling, like the Leaning Tower of Piza next to a giant pizza pie, and the Statue of Liberty holding a burger and fries. But alas, the game makes an egregious error in the Scotland section--a big, heavy, stony one.
When Homer first enters the area dubbed "Scotland", all seems well: there are grassy fields, sheep, bagpipes, and all the haggis you can eat! Then everything falls apart with Stonehenge, which Homer has to knock over to progress. Problem is, Stonehenge isn't in Scotland. It’s in Wiltshire, England, roughly 40 miles from the country's southern coast, which is about as far away from Scotland as you can get before falling in the ocean. Worst national representation ever.