Cities

Cities

The cities from around the world.

  • Hum

    Country: Croatia
    Province / State: Istria
    Population: 21
     

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    Hum, Croatia, with two streets, a population of 21, and according to the Guinness Book of World Records is the smallest town in the world.

    Hum, Croatia

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  • Amargosa Valley

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Nevada
    Population: 1400
     

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    Amargosa Valley, Nevada, is the location of the area 51 alien travel center and brothel.

    Area 51 Alien Travel Center and Brothel

  • Scarborough

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Maine
    Population: 18 thousand
     

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    Scarborough, Maine, is home to Lenny the chocolate moose.

    Lenny, The Chocolate Moose

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  • Alexandria

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Indiana
    Population: 5000
     

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    Alexandria, Indiana, is the location of the world's largest ball of paint. What started as a normal baseball, after 24,350 coats of paint, now weighs 4,200 pounds

    Largest Ball Of Paint

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  • North Pole

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Alaska
    Population: 2000
     

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    North Pole, Alaska, is home to the world's largest fiberglass Santa Claus.

    Santa Claus

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  • Ekibastuz

    Country: Kazakhstan
    Province / State: Pavlodar Region
    Population: 147 thousand
     

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    The GRES-2 power station in Ekibastuz, Kazakhstan has the tallest smokestack (1,377 feet / 419.7 meters) in the world.

    Smokestack

  • Emelle

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Alabama
    Population: 53
     

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    Emelle Alabama is home to the largest hazardous waste dump in the United States.

    Toxic Waste

  • Grover's Mill

    Country: United States
    Province / State: New Jersey
    Population: 1000
     

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    Grover's Mill is an unincorporated community in New Jersey. It is the location of the first alien landing in Orson Welles' 1938 radio broadcast of "The War of the Worlds".

    Grover's Mill