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ARENDELLE (Region & Settlement) Popular Culture
Likely based on ARENDAL
, the name of a town and municipality in Southern Norway. Arendalle is a fictional kingdom in Disney's animated movie 'Frozen' (2013).
CORUSCANT (Other) Popular Culture
Coruscant is a fictional planet in the 'Star Wars' universe. The planet is an ecumenopolis -- the surface is almost entirely covered by one city. The name is derived from Latin coruscant
"vibrating, glittering, sparkling"... [more]
GOTHAM (Settlement) Popular Culture, English
Gotham, or Gotham City, is a fictional city and the home of Batman
in the comic books published by DC Comics. Outside of the comics, Gotham is a nickname for NEW YORK
City first used in 1807 by writer Washington Irving in his work "Salmagundi"... [more]
MOS EISLEY (Settlement) Popular Culture
Mos Eisley is a fictional town and large spaceport located on the planet TATOOINE
in the 'Star Wars' universe. The name is unexplained.
SODOR (Other) Popular Culture
This is the name of a fictional island where all the engines live in the TV-series 'Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends'.
TATOOINE (Other) Popular Culture
Tatooine is a fictional desert planet in the Star Wars universe. The name is derived from the name of a Tunisian city, TATAOUINE
, located close to where some scenes in Star Wars was filmed.