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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Shape Towns in the United States


For your Fun Trivia knowledge, the following towns and neighborhoods are named after various shapes and are located in the UNITED STATES of AMERICA:

Circle (AK & MT) — Schall Circle (FL) — Social Circle (GA) — Circle Pines (MN) — Circle D-KC Estates (TX) — Truxton Circle (Washington, D.C.) — Westview Circle (WY)
Circleville: Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, & West Virginia

Golden Triangle (NJ) — Missouri Triangle (CA) — Triangle (NY & VA) — Triangle Lake (OR)

Black Diamond (FL & WA) — Blue Diamond (KY & NV) — Diamond (CA, IL, IN, IA, GA, MO, OH, OR, two in WV, & WY) — Diamond Bar (CA) — Diamond Bluff (WI) — Diamond City (AR) — Diamond Grove (VA & WI) — Diamond Hill (FL & GA) — Diamond Lake (IL) — Diamond Ridge (AK) — Diamond Springs (CA & KS)

Square: including Adams Square (CA), Beacon Square (FL), Frankfort Square (IL), Center Square (IN), Lafayette Square (MO), Square Butte (MT), Rich Square (NC), Hamilton Square (NJ), Franklin Square (NY), & Kennett Square (PA)

Octagon, Alabama — Octagon, Indiana — Octagon, Virginia

Pyramid, Illinois — Pyramid, Kentucky — Pyramid, Nevada
Cone, Texas — Cube Cove, Alaska — Cylinder, Iowa

Know of any others? A post comment would be awesome, thanks! This list was compiled with the help of GeoNames (geonames.org).

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