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  • No...not really. They Skyway Bridge maybe...thats kinda cool.
  • Famous for being where the Queen 'lives'.
  • The Simpsons
  • Live Music Capital of the World.
  • Not so much famous for it but our small claim to fame is that part of The Fugitive was filmed here. The wrecked train in the film was from our town.
  • not that I know of
  • The longest pier on the World (although since the several fires and a tug going through the middle I am not sure if that still holds true...Lol)
  • No except banding together when needed.
  • Our water is so pure it is bottled and sold around the world. +5
  • It is not famous. But, something happened here back in the early 60's to some famous people that probably only the residents here and in nearby towns know about.
  • stratford connecticut we have the shakespeare theatre, we have the world greatest women's fast pitch softball team with 30 championship's in 50 years and we make Sikorsky helicopters here
  • Maryland is known for its crabs.:-)
  • Rednecks +5
  • Manhattan, New York! I would say famous for too many things to list! lol
  • Ohio is known for thriving college communities, football teams, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ohio vacation destinations are many including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the world renowned Cincinnati Zoo, but it's the Buckeye State's small towns, family farms and hard working people that remain the cornerstone of its future. The State of Ohio is the 7th most populous in the United States with 11.5 million 'Buckeyes' calling this Midwest area home. Ohio is a big state of rolling hills and plains, including the Alleghany Plateau dotted with frequent lakes and rivers. Known as the gateway to the Midwest, the northern Ohio border is at Lake Erie and the southern is along the Ohio River with Kentucky. The states of Indiana and Michigan are to the West, with Pennsylvania and West Virginia bordering the East. Ohio is an important commerce and shipping hub with 50% of the North American population and 70% of its manufacturing facilities within a one day drive or a cruise on the Great Lakes. Being known as a 'Swing State' with no solid political party leaning, Ohio is one of the states that can turn the tide of an election. U.S. politicians pay special attention to the Buckeye State when its campaign time. Ohio Cities The state has several large metropolitan areas, with the Capital City of Columbus being the largest. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, and Akron follow closely behind. Akron is home to the famous Goodyear Tire Company and Toledo is known as the Glass City related to its long history in that industry with Owens Corning, Owens-Illinois, and Libbey Glass calling the city home. The Ohio River town of Cincinnati is home to the world famous Cincinnati Orchestra, the largest amusement park in the Midwest, Paramount Kings Isle, and the first baseball team in the USA, the Cincinnati Reds (first known as the 'Red Stockings'). The All-American city of Cleveland is famous for its Blues roots, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the West Side Market, which has been doing business since the early 1800’s. The Economist listed Cleveland, Ohio as the best city for business conferences in the United States, as well as tied with Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as 'the most livable city in the U.S.'
  • #1 Travel destination in the world... orlando florida!
  • Las Vegas gambling,booze,sex,and the mob.
  • Alkmaar in Holland, we have the cheese market, were we sell cheese all dressed up.. im ashamed.
  • Yes limavady, the song 'danny boy' was written here. The music is called the londonderry air.
  • Nope. Kinda hope it stays that way. Zillah, Washington isn't known for aything unless you consider that giant lizard that ate Tokyo, and that wasn't really us either.
  • The Indy 500
  • Fertilizers, well the chemical industry as a whole, ICI had it's first major site here!! :-/
  • University of Nebraska Home of the Huskers: Football National Champions 5 times and in the top 10 almost all the time. Laslows Restaurant and micro brewery Sunken Gardens Hilary Swank (1974 - ) Oscar winning actress; Known for her roles in Boys Don't Cry and Million Dollar Baby. Born in Lincoln, NE Malcolm X (Little) (1925 - 1965) One of the most prominent civil rights leader in the United States; He focused on black pride and economic reliance until he was killed in 1965. Born in North Omaha, NE (3
  • It's the home of Microsoft. It's also the self-proclaimed "bicycle capitol of the Northwest"... which is a joke considering there are barely any bike lanes.
  • Keiko, aka "Free Willy" used to live at our aquarium.
  • Nope, but I live 15 mins. away from the town that had the first male on male serial rapist in u.s. history.
  • Beacon Falls, Connecticut: The first friction matches were made here in 1834 by Thomas Sanford, who later sold his "recipe" for $10.00; the Diamond Match Co. ultimately acquired the formula.
  • yes. Sudbury Ontario Canada, is the worlds Nickle capital. it also has the worlds biggest Nickle mounted on a platform on top of a big hill(cheesy) another claim to fames is that traces of pollution from our smoke stack(highest free standing smoke stack in the Western hemisphere) can be found every ware in the world. its also very ugly, but the trees are starting to grow again. The Moon landing team trained here in the 60's as there was so little plant life. thats about all
  • Yes, it is the family home of Barbara Bush where she grew up.
  • The home of the now gone Leyland Motors. Used to be a massive vehicle building firm. USED. Left years ago for somewhere on the continent.
  • Its the home of the "World Renowned and Infamous Dukeg". LOL
  • I live in an Industrial town Earlier famous for giving employment now in recession, famous for retrenchment....

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