The world really is a weird & wonderful place full of beauty, laughter and some very strange places that simply challenge your lung-power. So, let's look at the world's longest place names, but please for your own safety, have a glass of water & a deep breath before trying to pronounce them!
Las Vegas, Nevada is the modern day equivalent of Mammon. There are certainly other cities in different parts of the world that may try to compete with it, but it has a personality and reputation all its own. Here are 29 things you probably never knew about the famous Sin City.
The number 2 is more important that you might think, because we're not talking about the beautiful island of Hawaii, home to Honolulu and some of the world's most gorgeous beaches. Hawaii 2 consists of just six acres of land, and is located in St. George Lake, Maine, USA.
Located in downtown Portland, Oregon, in the median strip of a parkway is Mill Ends Park. This park, according to the Guinness Book of World Records as of 1971, is the smallest park in the world! Read more about Mill Ends Park here!