In the world there are many places with unpronounceable names.
If you’ve ever been in Wales, you probably used to see towns and villages with strange and unusual names.
However, they are greatly inferior to these ten places, which you now know!
1. Mamungkukumpurangkuntjunya (Australia) — 26 letters
This is the name of a hill in South Australia, located approximately 108,8 km North-West from the small town of Marla (Marla).
In the local dialect pitjantjatjara (Pitjantjatjara) it means where the devil urinates. This name is the longest official name in Australia.
2. Bovenendvankeelafsnysleegte (South Africa) is 27 letters
This is the name of the farm located on a plateau of the Upper Karoo (Upper Karoo) in the Northern Cape province (Northern Cape), South Africa, and located at an altitude of 3028 feet (922,93 m).
This is one of the longest place names in the world, consisting of a single word. Translated from Afrikaans it means the upper edge ill of the valley.
3. Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta (India) — 28 letters
This is the name of the railway station in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Pradesh), distinctive feature of which is the longest name of all the railway stations of the Indian railway system. It is located on the site of Renigunta–Arakkonam (Renigunta-between arakkonam) of the southern railway.
4. Pekwachnamaykoskwaskwaypinwanik (Canada) — 31-letter
This is the name of the lake located to the South-East of lake Red Sucker lake (Red Sucker Lake) in the North-Eastern part of Manitoba, near the border with Ontario.
In the language of the Indian tribe Cree (Cree) it means where wild trout caught on a hook. It is the longest place name in Canada and the seventh longest in the world.
5. teritsiputeritsipuolilautatsijnk (Finland) is 35 letters
This is the name of a swampy area in the province of Lapland (Lappi) in the area of community Savukoski (Savukoski). Consisting of 35 letters, it is the longest one-word geographical name in Finland and the second longest in Europe.
In the neighboring municipality of Salla (Salla) until 2006 worked as a pub called teritsiputeritsipuolilautatsi-baari, also consisting of 35 letters, which was considered the owner of the longest names of the registered institutions in the Finnish language.
The name of the pub was almost anecdotal situation. As the story goes, the owner of the bar made two unsuccessful attempts to register the name of your bar, but as it turned out, under such names had already been registered two firms. Then he decided to play it safe and took it a long name, being sure that still no one has used. This name is not Finnish, because it means nothing. Probably just gibberish.
6. Azpilicuetagaraycosaroyarenberecolarrea (Spain) is 39 letters
This one-word geographical name that consists of 39 letters, is the fifth longest in the world and the longest in Spain and Europe. It originated from the Basque language and means a low field high pens Azpilicueta (Azpilkueta). This place is situated in Azpilcueta, Navarre (Navarra), Spain.
7. Tweebuffelsmeteenskootmorsdoodgeskietfontein (South Africa) is 44 letters
The so-called farm in the North West South African province, is located almost 200 km West of Pretoria and 20 km East of Lichtenburg (Lichtenburg), whose very name, consisting of 44 letters, entered South African folklore.
This is the longest single-word place name in southern Africa and fourth longest in the world. It comes from a combination of various languages, including German, Dutch and Afrikaans, and means spring, when two buffaloes were killed with one shot.
8. Chargoggagoggmanchauggagoggchaubunagungamaugg (USA) — 45 letters
Lake Chaubunagungamaug (abbreviated name), also known as lake Webster (Webster Lake), located near the town of Webster, Massachusetts, USA. It is located near the border with Connecticut and has an area of 5.84 km.
The name comes from mypackage language belonging to the Algonquin group. Translated it means fishing point located on the borders and is a neutral meeting place.
This geographical name is the longest in the United States and the third longest in the world.
9. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch (Wales) — 58 letters
This is a community and village in Wales, situated on the Isle of Anglesey (Island of Anglesey), which is often shortened and has the short form Llanfairpwll or Llanfair PG.
Long form of the name was invented for promotional purposes in the 1860s. Consisting of 58 letters, it is the longest one-word geographical name in the UK and Europe and the second longest official name of a geographic object in the world.
Initially the community was called Llanfair Pwllgwyngyll, but in the XIX century its name was changed to promote as a tourist attraction. In 2011, the population of this community were 3040 people.
10. Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu (New Zealand) is 85 letters
This is the name of the hill with a height of 1001 ft (305,1 m), located near Porangahau (Porangahau), South of hawke’s Bay (Hawke’s Bay), New Zealand. The hill is notable primarily for its long name, which comes from the Maori language and sometimes shortened to Taumata.
The name translates as the peak of Tamatea (Tamatea), the man with big knees, conqueror of mountains, eater and the land, which traveled around, played for his beloved on his nose flute.
Averaging 85 letters, it is, according to the Guinness Book of records, is the longest place name consisting of one word.