Unique Places around the world named after Alphabets

Gargi Mishra 10-08-2020 12:35 PM Around The World

Do you too wonder how the people before us came up with the names of all the cities, states and countries? I do. Sometimes when I have nothing to overthink, I wonder why India? And all the efforts it must've taken to name the places. But at some point, they must have gotten tired and named a few places just after an English alphabet. So, head out and start travel like you started studying, with the ABCs.

Here is a list of few single letter places that you should add to your travel bucket list.

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