12 Places In The World You Didn't Know Had Tech Names

You don't have to love geography to appreciate this one. Thanks, Mashable!

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1. Apple, Oklahoma City, US

A different kind of big Apple.

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2. Link River, Oregon, US

The Link River is a short river connecting Upper Klamath Lake to Lake Ewauna in the city of Klamath Falls in the U.S. state of Oregon.

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3. Torrent, Valencia, Spain

Torrent is a city located within the metropolitan area of the city of Valencia, Spain. The village of Torrent was officially founded in 1248.

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4. Rovio, Switzerland

Rovio is a municipality in the district of Lugano in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland. Traditionally Rovio has been an agricultural community, raising livestock and growing vines, but today many of its houses are occupied by commuters, largely travelling into the city of Lugano.

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5. Chrome, California

Chrome (formerly, Crome) is an unincorporated community in Glenn County, California.

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6. LOL River, Sudan!

The Lol River, also spelled Loll, is a stream in northern South Sudan that feeds the Bahr al-Arab, known locally as the Kiir River.

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7. Bot, Tarragona, Spain

The people in the town of Bot have been traditionally engaged in wine production.

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8. Röfl, Austria

We predict the fine people here are easily amused.

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9. BRB Canal, Pakistan

Bambawali-Ravi-Bedian Canal or simply, BRB Canal built to save the city and the country from Indian aggression.

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10. Bing, Iran

Bing is a place with a very small population in the province of Bushehr, Iran which is located in the continent/region of Asia.

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11. Login, UK

You won't need a username and password to access this town.

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12. Yolo County, California

Much of Yolo County remains a relatively rural agricultural region. This is evidenced by the multi-billion-dollar California tomato industry, centering on Yolo County, dominating 90% of the canned and processed tomato market in the United States.

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