You can not choose the village, city or country of birth. Unexpectedly. Because, “Where did you grow up?” The biggest difference is whether you can answer the question through Iyerstorf or St. Bolton. Although not much cooler than St. Bolton Eiersdorf. But let’s leave it at that – we’ll be with Eiersdorf. The small village in Carinthia – as reported on KURIER over the Easter weekend – was able to become a “local celebrity”. That would not be the case in the neighboring town of Irestorf, Salzentorf. Because he missed the balls …
Uniqueness then already ass angle. It is not in Russia, one might think at present, but it is shown in some hiking maps in the northern part of the Duchstein Massif. The curious name came after Imperial and Royal Surveyors asked local farmers in the late 19th century what this place was not named on the map. The locals were annoyed and said it was Ashol Corner – how it was mapped.
However, it is not known how the United States came to Upper Austria. Innviertel means the U.S. district of the Eitzing community of 800 people. You have never heard of a tourist taking a picture in front of an American place name board. This way is good. Because the fuckers know how annoying it is – sorry! – Fugginger. The municipality of Torstorf in Upper Austria has wiped out its world-famous fucking district – and renamed it Fucking. By the way, the most unpronounceable place is in Wales: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwlllantysiliogogogoch, the longest official place name in Europe with 58 characters. How difficult. Then chickens or Oed squawking.
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