The 11 Most Unusual Towns in the World

Each city and town on this planet are unique which makes them a wonderful place to live in, yet there are some weird things around the world. Imagine everything being normal, then living in this world will have the most monotonous things to do here.

Do you think you are living in a normal town? Let us browse through some weird towns in the world.

The Town of Longyearbyen, Svalbard

Those who are likely to die soon are transported by plane to Norway because of the frosty climate which prevents decomposing of dead bodies. The only cemetery in the town has not been used in 70 years.


This Town is shared between two Countries

Büsingen am Hochrhein is economically part of Switzerland and administratively, it’s part of Germany.


People use both German and Swiss numbers and the town has two postal codes.

Hellish Town of USA

This is a small town in Michigan (USA) that has many spooky and devilish restaurants. This is a place where you can find hell.


People of this town normally take their photos with “Welcome to the Hell” boards in the background.

A Duplicate Town

The Chinese are talented in creating a replica of anything in the world including whole towns. They rebuild the Austrian village of Hallstatt. They built the Church first followed by the streets that look like the original.


The Last Free City

With no running water, electricity or addresses, people residing in improvised shanties feel very much comfortable.


The Slab City, a town in California, is normally called as “the last free city in America” by people living there.

A Cave Town

In southern Tunisia town, Matmata, most of the locals prefer to live in Berber underground dwellings.


Town with One Roof

This town of Whittier, Alaska with a population of 220 only, is located in 14-floor building which has the shops, a police station, a hospital and a church


The Blue Town

The town of Chefchaouen, Morocco has all the doors, walls and stairs painted in the shades of blue. The tradition was started by Jews who stayed there and still followed.


An Industrial Town in Sea

Neft Daşları, or “Oil Rocks,” an industrial town in Azerbaijan has no resident population. Around 2000 people come to work here in shifts for few months.


Setenil de las Bodegas in Spain

This town is built into a huge basalt rock and attracts a lot of tourists. You can see rocks hanging overhead when moving through the streets.


The Dead Outnumber The Living

There are 17 cemeteries in the town of Colma, California. There are more number of dead than living people and the ratio is 1000:1.