If you think that your own town or neighborhood is weird and strange this list will probably make you reconsider and reevaluate that belief. The 25 bizarre cities and towns that follow will either make you appreciate the place you’re living more, or there’s a good chance they will make you feel even more bored than you already do and at the same time stimulate your curiosity to visit all these strange places so you can see them up-close one day. So are you ready for a crazy tour? Then check out these 25 most bizarre cities and town you’ll ever visit.
If you’re a fan of simplicity, solitude, and vegetables then this beautifully weird small town in Estonia is the right place for your next vacation. All the houses in this town lack advanced construction and supplies while most of the streets in the town are named after various vegetables, which is the main reason the small town has the nickname “Souptown.”
This strangely named place is an unincorporated community in Jackson County, Tennessee. Due to its really unusual name Nameless is mentioned in the Elvis Costello song “My Dark Life,” along with two other places with very strange names, Ugly, in Texas and Peculiar, in Missouri.
They call it “America’s Rape Capital,” but in reality the nickname is completely misleading. Missoula has had about 80 reported rape cases over the past three years, which is about average compared to the number of rapes in major cities across the United States.
There’s nothing wrong with this cold but beautiful city in Norway other than the fact that you can’t die here. Well, technically you can but you won’t be buried here. Why? Following the influenza epidemic of 1918, Longyearbyen banned burials in the town’s graveyard because the perpetually frigid temperatures prohibited corpses from properly decomposing.
Hell is a small town in Michigan and no don’t worry; the devil doesn’t live there, just a few ordinary people. Hell was featured on the Travel Channel’s Extreme Towns, while in 2008 KFC had the smart promotional sweepstakes Hotter Than Hell, which gave away 500 coupons every day for free hot wings to entrants whose hometown’s temperature was higher than the temperature in Hell, Michigan.