Funny Places

Funny Places

1. Rottenegg, Geisenfeld

Rottenegg is a village in the Hallertau of Bavaria, Germany. Formerly a separate municipality, it is now part of the municipality of Geisenfeld in the Upper Bavarian district of Pfaffenhofen. See also German.

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2. Whip-ma-whop-ma Gate, York

A street in York which is possibly the shortest street in England. Accordingly, it's often called the shortest street with the longest name. See also English.

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3. Fanny Hands Lane

Street in Lincolnshire, England. See also British.

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4. Mianus, Connecticut

A neighborhood in Connecticut near Mashit. See also Sophomoric.

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5. Sandwich Islands

Previous name of Hawaii.

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6. Humptulips, Washington

A tiny unincorporated town in my state.

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7. Le Tampon

A town in Réunion, a French-owned island in the Indian Ocean. See also French.

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8. Rabbit Hash, Kentucky

A village that has elected at least three dogs as mayor. See also Dogs, Politics.

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9. Tuba City, Arizona

Named after Tuuvi, a man who brought the Native Americans Mormonism. Not the musical instrument. See also Music.

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10. Uncertain, Texas

See also Texas.

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