Geography Quiz / Towns With Weird Names

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Can you name the Towns (or areas) With Weird Names?

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Hampshire, EnglandThis area has had this name since Henry the VII's rule, in 1501
NewfoundlandDiscovered in 2000 BC
Sierra County, New MexicoHad the only franchise of K-Bob's Steakhouse owned by the company.
America, MissouriNamed after Gottfried Franken, a man who donated to the towns church in 1980
North Yorkshire, EnglandName is derived from Old english 'Crow'
America, TexasNamed after a 1912 confrontation in the town
Franklin County, AmericaAt an elevation of 1400 feet above sea level
Hertfordshire, EnglandThis town comes from the anglo-saxon sentence - 'at the eastern hedged enclosure'
America, MississippiThe movie 'My Dog Skip' is based in this city
Louisiana, AmericaThis town only takes up 1.3 square miles
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Stjordal, NorwayComes from the word hellir, meaning cliff in old Norse
America, New MexicoHolds a pie festival on the second Saturday of Each September
America, IdahoOriginally Proposed to be a US Air Force 'enemy village' target
North Yorkshire, EnglandRoyal Mail no longer delivers post to this area
Devon, EnglandAdmiral Horatio Nelson died in this town
East Yorkshire, England6 miles west of Driffield
DenmarkMeans 'central passage' in Danish
Texas, AmericaName came from a custom in which settlers used a large wooden box to get their mail.
Pennsylvania, AmericaThe movie 'Witness' was filmed here

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