Fucking, Austria

Austria . The village is east of the German (Germany) border. Despite having a population of only 104, the village has become famous for its name in the English-speaking world. Fucking has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names (Place names considered unusual).

, in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It is located on the southeastern Dildo Arm of Trinity Bay (Trinity Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador) about 60 kilometres west of St. John's (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador). '''South Dildo''' is a neighbouring unincorporated community. The town's unusual name has brought it a certain amount of notoriety in the same vein as Fucking, Austria; Anus, France; Nob End, England (Nob End); Effin, Ireland (Effin); Twatt, Orkney

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Agadez

to the east) is of growing importance. Timia lies south of Iferouane and north of Agadez. The main town lies around 3 km from a stone Guelta oasis, which holds water year round. It is also known for its fruit trees, an unusual sight in the Saharan regions of northern Niger.

;Mali - Azalai - URL retrieved July 6, 2008 Both caravans have largely been replaced by unpaved truck routes. '''''Ouranosaurus''''' (meaning "brave (monitor) lizard") is an unusual genus of herbivorous iguanodont dinosaur that lived during the early Cretaceous (late Aptian stage) about 110 million years ago (mya (unit)) in what is now Africa

Tuareg . The town is unusual in this dry region for its fishing industry, dependent upon an artificial lake created by damming the ancient seasonal river valley near the town. Decalo (1997) p. 15 Trade and transport center Dogondoutchi town is a vibrant trade center, sitting astride the intersection of routes to Nigeria less than 20km to the south, and the main Nigerien east - west highway, RN1 (Route nationale 1 (Niger)), which connects Niamey and the west


Visby city wall

Haglund 1893 p 131 Construction of city walls was unusual in Nordic countries during the Middle Ages, and so the construction of the city wall testifies to Visby's commercial importance during this time. In medieval Sweden (History of Sweden (800–1521)), only Stockholm, Kalmar and Visby had city walls. The last great rebuilding of the city wall occurred in the 1350s, when the wall was strengthened and its height increased

;, is of a significantly later date. During the wars with Denmark in 1361 and intermittently from 1394 to 1487, it served as a gunpowder store for both sides, since it was not unusual for the representatives from the town of Visby to change their allegiance.

25 Medieval city wall towers with similar uses are known from several German cities, e.g. Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Dinkelsbühl. During the 19th century, snus was produced in a small factory established in the tower. The tower is semi-circular, which is unusual for Visby but common in the Baltic states. The tower was built as part of the first, lower wall and was kept intact when the height of the wall was later increased. Except for the ''Söderport'', no other tower


Gongju

grassy rectangles marking the estimated site of the ancient Baekje Royal Palace and associated structures. A decent amount of information is provided around the various sites in both Korean and English. Perhaps the most architecturally unusual part of the fortress is the '''Lotus Pond''' (''Yeonji'', 연지) Also contains '''Yeongeunsa Temple''' and '''Baekje Folk Village Land''' the latter of which is, much of the year, little more than a humongous carpark but hosts an annual festival (see #Do Do

fax hours 9AM-6PM weekdays, 9AM-7PM weekends and holidays with some extended Saturday hours during vacation periods price Admission requires a ticket, but tickets are free content Museum housing many of the actual artefacts recovered from King Muryeong's tomb. The treasures are unusual in that they are primarily metalcrafts, including pottery, swords, jewelry crafted from gold, silver and burnt-wood and some ''excruciatingly'' uncomfortable looking pairs of bronze shoes. Upstairs a second


Spearfish, South Dakota

0.01 sqmi sqkm 2 is water. Spearfish Creek is a fast-moving creek that emerges from Spearfish Canyon at Spearfish. It runs roughly south to north through the center of town (parallel to Canyon Street), year round. The creek is unusual in that it freezes from

the bottom up, instead of icing over. This unusual phenomenon occurs due to the very fast rate at which the creek flows. This speed prevents ice from forming except along the bottom of the creek bed where friction and turbulence allow the water to slow down long enough to freeze. Since the creek continues to flow atop this ice, the water level of the creek gradually rises as more ice accumulates on the bottom, in some cases causing flooding on the north side of town where


The Pas

first Kelly title Kennedy's leadership bid unusual url http: pqasb.pqarchiver.com thestar access 18861951.html?FMT ABS&FMTS ABS:FT&type current&date Nov+19%2C+1996&author By+Kelly+Toughill+TORONTO+STAR&pub Toronto+Star&edition &startpage A.19&desc Kennedy%27s+leadership+bid+unusual+Former+food+bank+director+seen+as+both+savior+and+outsider accessdate 2011-04-11 newspaper Toronto Star date 1996-11-19 page A19 When Trent's hockey program was cancelled


Yerba Buena Island

the intersection of Whiting Way and Garden Way, was built about 1900 as the Naval Training Station commandant's residence. Its Classic Revival style (Neoclassical architecture), fashionable for private residences in the Bay Area at the time, was unusual for naval base housing. The training station closed after World War I. Although the training station closed the Navy maintained presence with the stationary receiving ship USS Boston (1884) aka USS Despatch (IX-2) (1940) anchored

(later extended over First St to Fremont St). The lower deck ended at Essex and Harrison St; just southwest of there, the tracks of the bridge railway left the lower deck and curved northward into the elevated loop through the Transbay Terminal that was paved for buses after rail service ended. The off-ramps for Treasure Island (Treasure Island, California) and Yerba Buena Island are unusual in that they are on the left-hand side both


Da Lat

drawn parallels between the guesthouse and the works of artists such as Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney. Madame Hang Nga's


Nevyansk

, the original decor featured in the tower's interior is not preserved, and most rooms are filled with dull exhibits. The unusual structure and peculiar clock are, nevertheless, a good reason to go inside. :Entering the Tower is only possible via guided tours organized by the local museum. These cost 200 rubles per person or 1250 rubles for a group of up to 5 people (2012). The tours, which can be tedious, relate local myths concerning the tower and are typically given in Russian; however

''' (late 19th century) is a much more bland style that could be described as "neo-Russian". This church still belongs to Old Believers (''edinovertsy''). On regular houses, elaborate wooden carvings abound. : '''Get in:''' minibuses depart from the bus station ''universam Yuzhny'' in the center of Nevyansk. * '''Kunara''' — this village 18km south-east of Nevyansk, is known for the unusual '''House of Sergey Kirillov''', a local artisan of old. He extrapolated on his chosen craft


Tlacolula de Matamoros

, Ocotitlan) that appeared mysteriously, and to which miracles are attributed. This chapel can be accessed directly from the atrium (Atrium (architecture)) but the main entrance is from the a main nave of the church through an ornate iron gate guarded by statues. The chapel is elaborately and ornately decorated, and some of saints are depicted in unusual ways. The chapel is a regional pilgrimage site. The widespread devotion

;saborea" Also not generally sold are heavy, bulky goods, which cannot be carried away by hand. While it is not unusual to see bananas stacked next to blue jeans, next to tools, most vendors of similar items tend to group together in certain zones. This is not done by formal agreement, mostly tradition, social contacts and economy play roles. For example, the sellers of rugs and blankets group together north


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