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Bizarre Fact #11:
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In Las Vegas, casinos do not have any clocks.

Bizarre Fact #12:
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In Las Vegas, the busiest and two most popular days chosen for couples to get married are St. Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve.

Bizarre Fact #13:
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Levan, which is located in Utah, got its name from "navel" which is levan spelt backwards. It was named this because it is in the center of Utah.

Bizarre Fact #14:
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One of the steepest main streets in Canada is located in Saint John, New Brunswick. Over a distance of two blocks the street rises about 80 feet.

Bizarre Fact #15:
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Some hotels in Las Vegas have gambling tables floating in their swimming pools.

Bizarre Fact #16:
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Tacoma Narrows Bridge which was located in Washington was nicknamed "Galloping Gertie" because of the unusual way it twisted and swayed with even with the slightest winds when people would drive on it. The bridge collapsed on November 7, 1940, fortunately no humans died, except for a dog.

Bizarre Fact #17:
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The American Airlines Center in Dallas has more toilets per capita than any other sports and entertainment venue in the country

Bizarre Fact #18:
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The average stay for a prisoner on Alcatraz, when it was used as a prison, was five years.

Bizarre Fact #19:
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The city of Chicago has the only post office in the world where you can drive your car through.

Bizarre Fact #20:
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The deepest cave in the world is the "Lamprechtsofen-Vogelshacht" cave which can be found in Salzburg, Austria. The cave is 5,354 feet deep.


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