Cities

Cities

The cities from around the world.

  • Gaffney

    Country: United States
    Province / State: South Carolina
    Population: 12 thousand
     

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    At 135 feet tall, the Gaffney Peachoid is the largest peach in the world. It is located in Gaffney, South Carolina.

    Gaffney Peachoid

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  • Cedar Creek

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Texas
    Population: 12 thousand
     

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    At 14 feet tall, Ms. Pearl the Squirrel claims to be the world's largest squirrel statue. She is located at Berdoll Pecan Candy & Gift Company in Cedar Creek, Texas.

    Ms. Pearl the Squirrel

  • Mount Vernon

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Iowa
    Population: 4500
     

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    An American Gothic barn is located in Mount Vernon, Iowa.

    American Gothic Barn

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  • Ballina

    Country: Australia
    Province / State: New South Wales
    Population: 25 thousand
     

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    Ballina, Australia, claims to be the home of the biggest artificial prawn in the world.

    The Big Prawn

  • Hidalgo

    Country: United States
    Province / State: Texas
    Population: 11 thousand
     

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    The world's largest killer bee is located just outside Hidalgo, Texas.

    Largest Killer Bee

  • Ocotillo

    Country: United States
    Province / State: California
    Population: 260
     

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    Coyote's flying saucer retrievals and repairs is a UFO scrapyard located in Ocotillo, California.

    Flying Saucer Retrievals and Repairs

  • Murdo

    Country: United States
    Province / State: South Dakota
    Population: 480
     

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    Skeleton man walking skeleton dinosaur is a giant sculpture located in Murdo, South Dakota.

    Skeleton Man Walking Skeleton Dinosaur

  • Taipei

    Country: Taiwan
    Province / State: Northern Taiwan
    Population: 2.5 million
     

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    The leaning mailboxes survived when Typhoon Soudelor struck Taipei, Taiwan. They have become an international tourist attraction.

    The Leaning Mailboxes