Almost every year there is at least one such news about someone who traveled to an unintended destination because of two or more places having the same name. I wonder if some of these people eventually explored their unplanned destinations which might have been well worth it. For them and all of you, here are a few examples.
Sydney, Australia and Sydney, Canada
Sydney, Australia / Photo: Martina Advaney
Sydney port in Nova Scotia, Canada / Photo: Shutterstock
Paris, France and Paris, Texas
Paris is a little more confusing because of the presence of the most iconic Eiffel Tower, in Paris. France and in Paris, Texas.
Eiffel Tower in Paris, France / Photo: Flickr – Y Nakanishi
Eiffel Tower in Paris, Texas / Photo: Flickr – Nancy <I’m gonna SNAP!
Waterloo, Belgium and Waterloo, Canada
Lion’s Mound, Waterloo Memorial, Belgium / Photo: Shutterstock
Waterloo Ontario Canada / Photo: Shutterstock
Lebanon country and Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA
Ruins of Baalbek, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon / Photo: Shutterstock
Lebanon, USA / Photo: Flickr – Doug Kerr
Memphis, Egypt and Memphis, Tennessee
Pyramid of Djoser, near the ancient city Memphis, Egypt / Photo: Flickr – Cale Woodley
Memphis, Tennessee / Photo: Shutterstock
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