Where in the World Wednesday

Where in the World Wednesday: April 19, 2017

Can you guess where in the world this destination is from the clues below?

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Word Clue

There is only one road in this city, yet more than half of its underground network actually runs above ground. Jimi Hendrix lived here, in a city with close ties to Lake Havasu, Arizona. There are some very odd laws in this city, such as it’s illegal to die inside the government building where laws are enacted. (Hmm, are you also wondering how punishment for this offense would be administered?) Another law states that it’s legal for a woman to bite off a man’s nose if he kisses her against her will.

Where in the World is This Destination?

Scroll down to find out! 

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London, England

One of the greatest pieces of trivia you will ever hear about the city of London is that it contains no roads. There are plenty of streets, squares and alleys, but traditionally not a single road. The city of London survived for hundreds of years without any roads, right up until a boundary change in 1994. At that time, the eastern half of Goswell Road was brought under the jurisdiction of the city of London. So today the city has just one “road.” Another interesting fact is that in 1967, London Bridge was dismantled and relocated to Lake Havasu City, Arizona where it stands today. The bridge was built in the 1830s and formerly spanned the River Thames in London.