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Category: CITIES AND TOWNS

  • Abrahama City
    • The Congress 2013 Film
      • Abrahama City is an animated zone, where individuals use chemicals to become animated avatars of themselves, entering a mutable illusory state, they can become anything they want to be.
  • Acuña, Mexico
    • El Mariachi 1992 Film
      • The name Acuña (Acuna) was inspired by Acuña Boys gang in Rolling Thunder.
  • Almaden
    • I, Robot 1950 Literature
      • Location of mercury mines. "The Mexican Canal is two months behind schedule. The mercury mines at Almaden have experienced a production deficiency since last spring, while the Hydroponics plant at Tientsin has been laying men off. These items happen to come to mind at the moment. There is more of the same sort." (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
  • Aluminum City
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Alvin Heights
  • Ambridge
    • The Archers 1951 Radio
      • fictional village in the fictional county of Borsetshire (in the English Midlands).
  • Argo City
    • Superman 1939 Comic Books
      • The inhabitants of Argo City survived for more than fifteen years following the death of Krypton after their city had been hurled into outer space by the force of the cataclysm.
  • Ariel City
    • Firefly 2002 TV Series
      • City on the planet Ariel, location of St. Lucy's, an Alliance hospital (Episode Ariel)
  • Article 15 of the Codes of Civic Jurisdiction
    • Moonrise Kingdom 2012 Film
      • No party, under any circumstances, shall be denied due and proper consideration without prejudice in perpetuity.
  • Atlantis
    • Timaeus 0000 Literature
      • A fictional island that falls out of favor with the deities and sinks into the Atlantic Ocean.
    • Tomb Raider 1996 Video Games
      • Lara escapes Natla's henchmen and stows away aboard Natla's boat, which takes her to a volcanic island holding an Atlantean pyramid filled with mutants.
    • Stargate Atlantis 2004 TV Series
      • Major John Sheppard and his team explore distant planets in the Pegasus Galaxy from their base in the Lost City of Atlantis on the planet Lantea.
    • Maniac 2018 TV Series
      • Fictional city in erotic video game software Fuklantis, in which Dr. James fucks an Atlantean High Priestess with purple skin in Episode 3 Having a Day.
  • Augenzbürg
    • The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 Film
      • "With a plethora of spa locations extending far beyond the offerings of the Grand Budapest and environs, all manner of royalty and celebrity flocked to the country, from the top of the Zubrowkan Alps to the valleys of Augenzbürg and Zilchbrück." - from the Grand Budapest Hotel movie website
  • Bahía Anasco
    • Jurassic Park 1990 Literature
      • Bahía Anasco is a fictional fisherman's village located on the west coast of Costa Rica. There is a small hospital where Ed Regis brings an injured worker.
  • Balamb Garden
    • Final Fantasy VIII 1999 Video Games
      • The student garden for Training SeeD cadies run by Headmaster Cid. Was Founded by the very unpopular NORG. Also helped with the founding was cid's wife Edea or also known as matron.
  • Bamboo-Town
    • Moby-Dick; Or, The Whale 1851 Literature
      • And as for my exact knowledge of the bones of the leviathan in their gigantic, full grown development, for that rare knowledge I am indebted to my late royal friend Tranquo, king of Tranque, one of the Arsacides. For being at Tranque, years ago, when attached to the trading-ship Dey of Algiers, I was invited to spend part of the Arsacidean holidays with the lord of Tranque, at his retired palm villa at Pupella; a sea-side glen not very far distant from what our sailors called Bamboo-Town, his capital.
  • Basset Creek
    • Miller Brewing Company 1855 Advertising
      • From a Miller Genuine Draft television commercial where guy sitting on the edge of the bed in a motel room watching TV. There's a girl in the bathroom area and a six pack of Miller Genuine Draft chilling in the ice box, labeled Basset Creek.
  • Beetle Juice
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Quinlan town, last town on the Nirvana River before the segment mountains, whose major industry is a form of liquor made from the excretions of an insect, also called Battle Juice. (Heaven's River)
    • The City And The City 2018 TV Series
      • One of two fictional eastern Europe city-states that have different cultures and languages but occupy the same geographical space. The other is known as Ul Qoma.
  • Besamee Heights
  • Bilyad
    • Iron Eagle 1986 Film
      • The name of the country in which Col. Masters is being held prisoner is never mentioned, only the cities of Bilyad and Il Karim, and that the country is considered a pariah nation in the Middle East.
  • Bone Town
    • The Joel McHale Show With Joel McHale 2018 TV Series
      • Town from Mini Black Mirror episode "The Mayor is Calling". Each time a woman attempts to use her phone to transcribe a voice message, the phone sends the text: "I'm the mayor of bone town, population you and me." (Episode …Not)
  • The Boulder Free Zone
    • The Stand 1978 Literature
      • It was the man on the radio who called it the Boulder Free Zone; his name was Ralph Brentner, and he said (with some embarrassment) that the Boulder Free Zone was mostly a radio call-sign, but Lucy liked it just for itself, for the way it sounded. It sounded right. It sounded like a fresh start. And Nadine Cross had adopted the name with an almost religious zeal, as if it was talismanic.
  • Brockville
    • Orphan Black 2013 TV Series
      • Town where Sarah finds Mrs. S and Andrew Peckham, a.k.a Ethan Duncan (Season 2 episodeTo Hound Nature in Her Wanderings)
  • Caerleon
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Deltan village that branches off from Camelot. "Caerleon sat at the top of a rise, barely classifiable as a hill. But the thin soil prevented trees from growing there, resulting in a nice open space. Good for living, and easy to defend."
  • Calodan
    • Star Wars: The Mandalorian 2019 TV Series
      • Bo-Katan tells Mando that he can find Ahsoka Tano in the city of Calodan on the forest moon of the planet Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress) Mando helps Ahsoka Tano liberate the city of Calodan on Corvus. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
  • Camden Village
    • The Truman Show 1998 Film
      • Town where the Abbott family lives in the classic movie Show Me the Way to Go Home that Truman watches on TV.
  • Canto Bight
    • Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi 2017 Film
      • A coastal city on the desert planet Cantonica. According to director Rian Johnson, "a Star Wars Monte Carlo–type environment, a little James Bond–ish, a little To Catch a Thief."
  • Canton Factory Settlement
    • The Matrix 1999 Film
      • Neo's place of birth is "Lower Downtown, Capital City" (from Thomas Anderson's "criminal record" that Agent Smith glances at when he interrogates Neo)
    • Firefly 2002 TV Series
      • City - The doctor says he was a trauma surgeon on Osiris in Capital City (episode Serenity)
  • The Capital
    • The Hungover Games 2014 Film
      • Capital city of the future dystopian society in which the Hungover guys find themselves after a night of partying.
  • Cedar Grove
    • The Commuter 1953 Literature
      • One of three proposed suburban housing tracts that were to be set up outside the city seven years earlier, but when city merchants opposed them, claiming they would draw too much retail business away from the city, only two of them - Waterville and Cedar Grove - were approved. Macon Heights was not.
  • Centauri City
  • Central Station
    • National Treasure 2: Book Of Secrets 2007 Film
      • Legendary City of Gold: "In 1527, a Spanish ship wrecked on the Florida coast. There were only four survivors. One was a slave named Esteban, who saved a local tribe's dying chief. As a reward, he was taken to their sacred city, a city built from solid gold. Later, when Estebn tried to find the city again, he never could. But the legend grew, and every explorer came to the New World in search of it. When General Custer's search for gold ended with his last stand at Little Bighorn, it became clear none would ever find it."
  • City Of Mud
    • Dead Milkmen 1983 Music
      • "Built ourselves a city, and we made it out of mud. We dried it off this morning, out there in the desert sun. and we never do no working, just sit and watch TV. Well, I finally found a city full of people just like me. Well we're gonna drag Bruce Springsteen by his axe through our streets, by the time we're done, The Boss will look like a side of beef." (song City of Mud)
    • Key & Peele 2012 TV Series
      • Floating city from Lando sketch. Zeef: "Yo, right on, man, 'cause they got me in the carbonite room right now, son. That's bullshit, right? They got me working with some pig dudes and whatnot. Yo, I ain't no pig, you know? And you ever notice, man, there ain't a lot of brothers out here, man, in space. Right? It's like they're trying to keep us down, man." (Season 3 episode Black Ice)
  • Coldwater
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • Town where the crew gets towed inside the KFC simulation in episode Basic Rocket Science
  • Coolidge City
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • One of the new names that soldier Spender suggests future Earth men will give a city on Mars: "We Earth Men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The only reason we didn't set up hot-dog stands in the midst of the Egyptian temple of Karnak is because it was out of the way and served no large commercial purpose. And Egypt is a small part of Earth. But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up. We'll call the canal the Rockefeller Canal and the mountain King George Mountain and the sea the Dupont sea, and there'll be Roosevelt and Lincoln and Coolidge cities and it won't ever be right, when there are the proper names for these places." (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright)
  • Corn Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Cougar Town
  • Crippletown
    • Rob Zombie 1985 Music
      • From the Rob Zombie song "Bring Her Down (To Crippletown)" from the album Sinister Urge
  • Detroit
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • City on Melmac infested with blood sucking maggots called Jeffees (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
  • Detroit II
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Dezar, Turgistan
  • Dunbee
    • Saturday Night Live 1975 TV Series
      • Tom Bodett narrates as a bottled water's unusually "rich history" is re-enacted: Rather than share a pure spring creek with neighboring Dunbee, the Massachusetts town of Milsford brutally destroys Dunbee and most of its residents.
  • Earth Settlement 101
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • He stooped to fix a border of broken glass he had placed on the footpath. He had broken the glass from some old Martian buildings in the hills. "Best hot dogs on two worlds! First man on Mars with a hot-dog stand! The best onions and chili and mustard! You can't say I'm not alert. Here's the main highways, over there is the dead city and the mineral deposits. Those trucks from Earth Settlement 101 will have to pass here twenty-four hours a day! Do I know my locations, or don't I?" (Chapter: The Off Season)
  • East City
    • The Twilight Zone 1959 TV Series
      • Astronaut Theodore Mason's Interplanetary Administration Rocket Bureau identification card lists his address as 24 Route 8 in East City. (Season 4 episode Death Ship)
  • East Egg
    • The Great Gatsby 1925 Literature
      • In the Great Gatsby, there are two cities, East Egg and West Egg, which are separated by the Valley of Ashes. What city you live in between the two, shows if you are from a wealthy family (East Egg) or if you are new to wealth (West Egg).
  • Electric Village
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Eureka, Oregon
    • Eureka 2006 TV Series
      • A remote Oregon town populated by geniuses and scientists whose inventions have a habit of going array and threatening everything nearby.
  • Fairy Town
    • Farscape 1999 TV Series
      • Town Stark mentions in the bizarre virtual reality game where Crichton and Chiana are trapped. (Season 4 episode John Quixote)
  • Felpersham
  • First Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • "He kept his eyes only ahead of him, going on down this wide shallow valley under the sun, away from First Town, waiting for the rains to come." (The Green Morning)
  • Fluffy Town
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • Troy and Abed's blanket fort from the previous year, mentioned in episode Pillows and Blankets
  • Forest Hill
  • Fort Ypso
  • Frantic City
    • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
      • episode The Buffalo Convention. Every member of the Water Buffalo Lodge suddenly comes down with 'dipsy-doodle-itis,' which can only be cured by three days away from their wives at Frantic City.
  • Free City
  • Freecloud
    • Star Trek: Picard 2019 TV Series
      • Raffi traces Bruce Maddox to Freecloud. (Season 1 episode The End is the Beginning) 
Planet in the Alpha Doradus System where Picard and his crew track down Bruce Maddox. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
  • Fuck Town
    • The House 2017 Film
      • Where her soon to be empty nest parents tell each other they are going when she goes to college (get your passport ready)
  • Gangsta City
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Poochie's home town that he mentions in his introductory rap: "The name's Poochie D, and I rock the telly. I'm half Joe Camel and a third Fonzarelli. I'm the kung-fu hippie from Gangsta City. I'm a rappin' surfer, you the fool I pity." (Season 8 episode The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochy Show)
  • Gilead
    • The Dark Tower 2017 Film
      • Gilead was the capital of the Barony of New Canaan and was ruled by the gunslinger descendants of Arthur Eld.
  • Grain Villa
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Gran Vista
    • Westworld 2015 TV Series
      • City Major Craddock mentions when Dolores returns his soldier. Major Craddock: "You'll have to forgive my men. They're a little upset at the reappearance of Lieutenant Dunleavy. He was lost." Dolores: "Thought you might want him back." Major Craddock: "And we would. Except we buried Lieutenant Dunleavy. Back in Gran Vista, with three ounces of Mexican lead in his belly." Dolores: "And yet here he is. (Season 2 episode Reunion)
  • Green Bluff, Illinois (Mars)
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars made to look like the fictional town back on Earth. Martian: "This is Green Bluff, Illinois, on the continent of America, surrounded by the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, on a place called the world, or, sometimes, the Earth. Go away now. Goodby." (Chapter: The Third Expedition)
  • Grittsburg
    • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
      • episode Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Fred becomes umpire for the little-league baseball game between coach Barney's Bedrock Giants and the Grittsburg Pyrites, but his calls produce unsportsmanlike behavior in the Giants' fathers.
  • Halep's Ending
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Quinlan city - which Bob heads toward in search of Bender, finding him in Resistance headquarters outside the city. (Heaven's River)
  • Hanukkah Town
    • The Critic 1994 Animated Series
      • Fictional town from Tim Burton's latest film The Nightmare before Hannukah (Season 2 episode Sherman, Woman and Child)
  • Haven
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • A town that exists outside of time and space. Initially described as the ultimate Utopia by Osama Bin Lauden, Susan Saint Jackalope claims it is a refuge for rogue time traveling criminals. Josh, Tiger and Wolf eventually discover that Haven is actually a small town populated by Josh's heroes that died prematurely, which his alternate timeline counterpart J1, a.k.a. nut-face Josh, rescued moments before they died. (Season 3 The Outlaw Wild Sam Bladden)
  • High Peak
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Quinlan town mentioned by Orik, crewmember of the Hurricane, the Quinlan barge that Bob joins as a deck hand on his way back to Garack's Spine with Bender. (Heaven's River)
  • High Ridge
  • Hollyrock
    • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
      • Wilma and Betty win a slogan contest, leading to a trip to Hollyrock and (indirectly) to a new TV show called The Frogmouth'. (episode Hollyrock, Here I Come)
  • Houstatlantavegas
    • Drake 2001 Music
      • We all got dreams and we all star reachin', all start peakin', all-star weekend, one hotel room that all y'all sleep in, housekeeping knock to see if all y'all decent...
  • I Told You Town
    • Rick And Morty 2013 Animated Series
      • You must be loving this Morty. This must be the best day of your life Morty. You get to be mayor if I Told You Town (episode 1-6 Rick Potion #9)
  • Il Karim
    • Iron Eagle 1986 Film
      • The name of the country in which Col. Masters is being held prisoner is never mentioned, only the cities of Bilyad and Il Karim, and that the country is considered a pariah nation in the Middle East.
  • Imra
    • Otherworld 2017 Literature
      • Resort of the future. A clean, futuristic city where there are no laws or rules. Don't eat the delicious food, or lay on the incredibly comfy lounge chairs, or . . . well, you're never going to want to leave.
  • The Inland
    • 3% 2016 TV Series
      • The show is set in a future wherein people are given a chance to go to the "better side" of a world divided between progress and affluence in the Offshore, and devastation and poverty in the Inland, but only 3% of the candidates succeed.
  • Inworld
    • Mindwarp 1992 Film
      • A sealed biosphere maintained by the central Infinisynth computer
  • Iopr
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "I don't know what good it'll do you, and go over that hill into the little town of Iopr and tell Mr. Iii all about it. He's the man you want to see. Not Mr. Ttt, he's an idiot; I'm going to kill him. Not me, because you're not in my line of work." (Chapter: The Earth Men)
  • Iron Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Jaffe Town
    • ALF 1986 TV Series
      • New name for the city of Detroit on Melmac after it was infested with Jeffees (Season 1 episode La Cucaracha)
  • Jakora
    • The Orville 2017 TV Series
      • City mentioned on the news on the alien planet where Kelly becomes a religion. Reporter: "The bloodshed continues in outer Jakora today as dissidents launched an attack on the Temple of Kelly in the city of Uravah." (Season 1 episode Mad Idolatry)
  • Jedha City
    • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2016 Film
      • a.k.a. The Holy City. City on the moon Jedha, where defecting Imperial pilot Bodhi Rook is taken into custody by Rebel forces. Also home of extremist Saw Gerrera.
  • Jerusalem's Lot, Maine
    • Castle Rock 2018 TV Series
      • Town in Maine with a history of Satanism, located near Castle Rock. (Season 2 episode Let the River Run)
  • Judgment City
    • Defending Your Life 1991 Film
      • A Purgatory-like waiting area populated by the recently deceased, where Daniel has his life on Earth judged.
    • Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice 2016 Film
      • When Lex Luthor brings General Zod's corpse onto the Kryptonian ship, the ship identifies the DNA as being from "Zod of Kandor." In Superman comic books stories, Kandor is the Kryptonian City that was shrunk down by Brainiac and confined to a bottle to add to his collection of intergalactic knick-knacks.
  • Khirinan
    • Wings 1990 TV Series
      • Nantucket's new sister city in Season 7 episode A Tale of Two Sister Cities. A tiny island city responsible for a third of the world's talcum powder. Their official color is purple and their official flower is the tuberose. Also, according to Fay, "The penalty for adultery is cutting off the man's pension." (it's actually penis).
  • Knuergen
    • Wayne's World 2 1993 Film
      • WPIG DJ Handsome Dan's secretary Bjergen Kjergen (Drew Barrymore) is from Sweden - Knuergen, a town near the Bjorgen Fjords in the Klargen Province, near the Biburgen River.
  • Krogdnsz
  • Kryptonopolis
    • Superman 1939 Comic Books
      • The city of Superman's birth. Actually, this is a rendering of the name in Earth language, using the Greek 'polis' (city). The original Kryptonian name is very difficult to pronounce.
  • K'un-lun
    • Luke Cage 2016 TV Series
      • Mystical lost city where Danny Rand is from, mentioned several times to Luke Cage. (Season 2 episode The Main Ingredient)
  • Las Intrudres
    • Different Seasons 1982 Literature
      • Red replaced the real name of the Mexican town Andy mentions (Zihuatanejo) with a fake name (Story: Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption)
  • Las Mudas
    • Westworld 2015 TV Series
      • Lawrence's hometown, from multiple episodes (Season 2 episode The Riddle of the Sphinx)
  • The Legit Republic Of Blanketsburg
  • Lincoln City
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • One of the new names that soldier Spender suggests future Earth men will give a city on Mars: "We Earth Men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The only reason we didn't set up hot-dog stands in the midst of the Egyptian temple of Karnak is because it was out of the way and served no large commercial purpose. And Egypt is a small part of Earth. But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up. We'll call the canal the Rockefeller Canal and the mountain King George Mountain and the sea the Dupont sea, and there'll be Roosevelt and Lincoln and Coolidge cities and it won't ever be right, when there are the proper names for these places." (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright)
  • Little Dunthorpe
    • Castle Rock 2018 TV Series
      • Misery Chastain's hometown, from Paul Sheldon's novel Misery's Quest. (Season 2 episode Clean)
  • Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Seaside town, location of Ned Flanders' beach house, where the Simpsons go on vacation. "America's scrod basket" (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
  • Loonkerian Outpost
    • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1986 Film
      • Vulcan outpost from Spock's test chamber scene. Computer: "What significant contribution to bioengineering was made on the Loonkerian outpost on Klendth?" Spock: "The universal atmospheric element compensator."
  • Los Perditus, Animas
    • The Frame 2014 Film
      • The Frame takes place in the fictional city of Los Perditus (Latin for The Lost), Animas (Latin for Souls).
  • Lost Angeles
  • The Lost City Of Atlantis
  • The Lost City of Gold
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Suggestion for destination that Homer throws out when designated driver Barney drives him and his drunks friends home from Moe's. (The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson)
  • Lustig Corners
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "They came to the strange blue lands and put their names upon the lands. Here was Hinkston Creek and Lustig Corners and Black River and Driscoll Forest and Peregrine Mountain and Wilder Town, all the names of people and the things that the people did." (The Naming of Names)
  • Macon Heights
    • The Commuter 1953 Literature
      • One of three proposed suburban housing tracts that were to be set up outside the city seven years earlier, but when city merchants opposed them, claiming they would draw too much retail business away from the city, only Waterville and Cedar Grove were approved. Somehow though, Macon Heights did eventually come into existence along the B Train route, between Jacksonville and Lewisburg.
  • Magic Town
    • Workaholics 2011 TV Series
      • Adam's nickname for his new girlfriend's son's bedroom. (Season 1 episode Muscle I'd Like to Flex)
  • Magooville
    • Chappie 2015 Film
      • Village mentioned in the children's book The Black Sheep that is read to Chappie... "All the sheep in Magooville were white, but Abel was a black sheep…
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  • Mega City
    • The Matrix 1999 Film
      • Mega City is an enormous virtual megacity in the world of The Matrix.
  • Melon Patch
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Quinlan town, next destination of the Hurricane, the barge that Bob joins as a deck hand on his way back to Garack's Spine with Bender. (Heaven's River)
  • Melonville
    • SCTV 1976 TV Series
      • Fictitious channel SCTV aired out of the equally fictional town of Melonville.
  • Mera-kai, China
    • The Campaign 2012 Film
      • After signing up Marty Huggins on the Republican ticket, the Motch Brothers travel to Mera-Kai, China, where a factory boss leads them past children stirring bubbling green acidic vats as machines spit out dolls boxed for shipments marked "USA." The Motch Brothers tell the Chinese boss they're buying real estate under a shell corporation in North Carolina's 14th district and invite him to establish his slave-wage, profit-soaring business on U.S. soil.
  • Metropolis
    • Metropolis 1949 Manga Series
      • Murderous secret society The Red Party infiltrates the International Scientists Conference held in the city of Metropolis.
    • Metropolis 1989 Theater
      • Future city in the musical based on the 1927 silent movie, staged at the Piccadilly Theatre in London in 1989.
    • Metropolis 2001 Animated Film
      • Humans and robots coexist in the futuristic city of Metropolis, although robots are discriminated against and segregated to the city's lower levels. A lot of Metropolis' human population are unemployed and deprived, and many people blame the robots for taking their jobs.
  • Milsford
    • Saturday Night Live 1975 TV Series
      • Tom Bodett narrates as a bottled water's unusually "rich history" is re-enacted: Rather than share a pure spring creek with neighboring Dunbee, the Massachusetts town of Milsford brutally destroys Dunbee and most of its residents.
  • Miniopolis
  • Molly
    • Logan's Run 1967 Literature
      • Once queen city of the teeming sea. She took an age to build. She covered a hundred undersea miles. She provided living quarters and work space for twenty thousand technicians and their families—and she gave sustenance to a quarter of the world. She was a vast food-processing center sunk under a plasteel dome, and through her locks came subs and tenders, skimmers and harvesters. Molly showed the way. After her they built the Zuther-Notion, the Proteus and Manta City. But Molly was the queen.
  • The Mons
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • Prime habitation units available in the new Mars relocation project. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Star Wars: The Mandalorian 2019 TV Series
      • Mando lands in Mos Eisley on Tatooine to repair his ship following a space battle. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Peli Motto points out the cities of Tatooine on an old map from before the war. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
    • Star Wars: The Mandalorian 2019 TV Series
      • City on Tatooine that Fennec Shand mentions to Toro Calican when she tries to get him to turn against Mando, where she has an appointment. (Season 1 episode Chapter 5 The Gunslinger) Peli Motto points out the cities of Tatooine on an old map from before the war. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
  • Mos Pelgo
    • Star Wars: The Mandalorian 2019 TV Series
      • Mando travels to Tatooine in search of another Mandalorian, finding Cobb Vanth, the Marshal of the old mining settlement of Mos Pelgo, wearing Bob Fett's old Beskar armor. (Season 2 episode Chapter 9 The Marshal)
  • Mount Polbearne
    • Christmas At Little Beach Street Bakery 2017 Literature
      • In the Cornish coastal village of Mount Polbearne, the Christmas season has arrived. It's a joyous time for family, friends, and feasting, as decorations sparkle along the town's winding streets and shop windows glow with festive displays. And in Polly's Little Beach Street Bakery, the aroma of gingerbread cookies and other treats tempts people in from the cold.
  • Mudburg
    • Muppets Most Wanted 2014 Film
      • Kermit books the Muppet Show in cabaret bars and coffee houses all across the industrial cities of Northern Germany, including Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Mudburg, Vomitdorf and Poopenburgen.
  • Mudheap City
    • A Martian Odyssey 1934 Literature
      • Abandoned city on Mars: "We approached the canal slowly; I remembered that this one was bordered by a wide fringe of vegetation and that Mudheap City was on it.
  • Nathaniel York Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "And here where the second expedition was destroyed, and it was named Second Try, and each of the other places where the rocket men had set down their fiery caldrons to burn the land, the names were left like cinders, and of course there was a Spender Hill and a Nathaniel York Town…" (The Naming of Names)
  • Necropolis
  • Nelwyn
    • Willow 1988 Film
      • Where the prophecy baby comes into the care of farmer Willow Ufgood.
  • Neuterville
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Town in the Danger Dog Easter Special, the animated special shown to the children at Springfield Elementary. (Season 13 episode I am Furious Yellow)
  • Neutral Zone
    • Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 Animated Series
      • Senator Amidala travels to the Neutral Zone on the planet Scipio to retrieve Republic funds from the Banking Clan, but when she gets there, she stumbled onto a conspiracy, discovering that the vault is empty. (Season 6 episode An Old Friend)
  • The New Above Ground
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • a.k.a. The NAG. New society built after the residents moved out of the sewer. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
  • New Asgard
    • Avengers: Endgame 2019 Film
      • New home of displaced Asgardians, actually a village in the southern borders region of Scotland, called St Abbs.
  • New Berlin
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1993 TV Series
      • Cal Hudson: It make you pine for the good old dull days in New Berlin, doesn't it? Sausage and beer all around, and everyone's idea of a good time was the Mazurka Festival. (Season 2 episode The Maquis, Part 1)
  • The Offshore
    • 3% 2016 TV Series
      • The show is set in a future wherein people are given a chance to go to the "better side" of a world divided between progress and affluence in the Offshore, and devastation and poverty in the Inland, but only 3% of the candidates succeed.
  • Old Below Ground
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • a.k.a. OBG. Location in the new future, where the people living in the New Above Ground used to live. (Season 2 episode A Wolf in the Torque)
    • Future Man 2017 TV Series
      • City in New Pangea where The DieCathalon host Susan Saint Jackalope's lives. (Season 3 episode The Precipice of Yesterday)
  • Olympus
  • Orchard Hill
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Quinlan town, destination of a shipment on the Hurricane, the Quinlan barge that Bob joins as a deck hand on his way back to Garack's Spine with Bender. (Heaven's River)
  • Orion Outpost
    • Star Trek: Discovery 2017 TV Series
      • Section 31 mentions an intelligence report from an operative on Qo'noS that a time crystal had hit the black market near the Orion Outpost. (Season 2 episode The Red Angel)
  • Paradise City
  • Paradiso
    • Firefly 2002 TV Series
      • Paradiso was a mining city in the Georgia System that had problems with Bowden's malady. (Episode The Train Job)
  • Peaceful Valley, New Mexico
    • The Twilight Zone 1959 TV Series
      • Mysterious little town that Phillip Redfield and his dig Rollie discover on their way to Albuquerque. Population 981. The best kept secret in the world. (episode Valley of the Shadow)
  • Penn Republic
    • Futurama 1999 Animated Series
      • episode Bendin' in the Wind. Bender tours with Beck as his washboard player. Several locations are listed on the map of their tour, including Sylvania, Penn Republic, and Squatters Corners.
  • Pons Ora
    • Star Wars: The Clone Wars 2008 Animated Series
      • Settlement on the planet Abafar, where Colonel Gascon and D-Squad crash land after stealing an encryption module from a Separatist Dreadnaught. (Season 5 episode Secret Weapons)
  • Poopenburgen
    • Muppets Most Wanted 2014 Film
      • Kermit books the Muppet Show in cabaret bars and coffee houses all across the industrial cities of Northern Germany, including Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Mudburg, Vomitdorf and Poopenburgen.
  • Portorosso
    • Soul 2020 Animated Film
      • When Joe walks by the Go Far Travel travel agency in the trailer, there's a poster that reads, "Visit Portorosso" over what appears to be an Italian seaside town. The poster also reads, "Fly Luca Airlines".
  • Potatograd
    • GLOW 2017 TV Series
      • Zoya and her twin sister Olga's hometown in Russia. (Season 2 episode The Good Twin)
  • Pvnsk
    • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 1982 Comic Books
      • Town that the circus visits in Borovia (Issue #66 The Tenth Letter) When Hawk and Lady Jaye ask for tickets to Krogdnsz, the ticket agent offers them tickets to Pvsnk instead. (Issue #128 Winds of Change!)
  • Raccoon City
    • Under The Skin 2004 Video Games
      • One of the locations on Cosmi's mischief mission (parody of the town from the Resident Evil video games, even featuring appearances by Jill Valentine, Carlos Oliveira and Nemesis)
  • Red Hill Mining Town
  • Red Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "Here was the place where Martians killed the first Earth Men, and it was Red Town and had to do with blood." (The Naming of Names)
  • Redwater
  • Requiem
    • Star Trek: Discovery 2017 TV Series
      • After crash landing on the planet Hima, Book takes Michael Burnham to the Mercantile, a marketplace in the city Requiem, where she hopes to be able to contact Discovery. (Season 3 episode That Hope Is You, Part 1)
  • Revival
    • Orphan Black 2013 TV Series
      • Village that serves as the heart of Neolution, where the scientific philosophy is explored in its purest form. It is located in the shadow of a giant castle that is the residence of the mysterious P.T. Westmoreland, the 170-year-old founder of Neolution.
  • Rexopolis
    • Roadside Picnic 1971 Literature
      • City: "We turned in our passes to the last sergeant, only this time, for a change of pace, it was a lieutenant. I know him, his father sells grave borders in Rexopolis."
  • Rivendell Mark II
  • Rock Vegas
    • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
      • episode The Rock Vegas Caper. Fred accepts an invitation for himself, Wilma and the Rubbles to vacation at Sherman Cobblehead's Golden Cactus Hotel in Rock Vegas.
  • Rockapulco
    • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
      • episode Fred El Terrifico. Fred, sporting another flamboyant moustache, deals with jewel thieves and the jealous Wilma while on vacation in Rockapulco.
  • Rockland
    • The Flintstones 1960 Animated Series
      • episode Bowling Ballet. Fred enrolls in the Bedrock Dance Studio in order to regain his lost timing before the big bowling match against the Rockland Rockets.
  • Roosevelt City
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • One of the new names that soldier Spender suggests future Earth men will give a city on Mars: "We Earth Men have a talent for ruining big, beautiful things. The only reason we didn't set up hot-dog stands in the midst of the Egyptian temple of Karnak is because it was out of the way and served no large commercial purpose. And Egypt is a small part of Earth. But here, this whole thing is ancient and different, and we have to set down somewhere and start fouling it up. We'll call the canal the Rockefeller Canal and the mountain King George Mountain and the sea the Dupont sea, and there'll be Roosevelt and Lincoln and Coolidge cities and it won't ever be right, when there are the proper names for these places." (Chapter: And the Moon be Still as Bright). Also mentioned when Walter calls trying to find the girl on the phone. (Chapter: The Silent Towns)
  • Salida
    • The Frame 2014 Film
      • When the family in the truck on the way to a fishing trip pulls over to the heist trucks, Alex's friend mentions trying to make it to Salida
  • San Angeles
  • San Diablo
    • Spy Kids 2001 Film
      • The aerial view of the city San Diablo is of Santiago de Chile, the Chilean capital, but as the camera zooms in, the empty grass square mysteriously becomes the busy Travis Park, 301 East Travis, San Antonio, a couple of blocks northwest of the Alamo, which is where the kids fight with their robot doubles.
  • San Fransokyo
    • Big Hero 6 2014 Animated Film
      • Big Hero 6 is set in an alternate future where after the 1906 earthquake, San Francisco was rebuilt by Japanese immigrants using techniques that allow movement and flexibility in a seismic event. After the city was finished being rebuilt, it was renamed San Fransokyo due to it being a city with Japanese and American architecture combined.
  • San Junipero
    • Black Mirror 2011 TV Series
      • A simulated beach resort town in which the elderly are permitted to visit for up to five hours per week and the deceased can live permanently. (Season 3 episode San Junipero)
    • Riverdale 2016 TV Series
      • Destination on bus is San Junipero, the name of a city from the Black Mirror episode (Season 1 episode 12)
  • San Vicente
    • The Lake 1998 Film
      • Jackie Ivers returns home to the small town of San Vicente to find that her friends and family have taken on bizarrely different personalities. Jackie notices that everyone who goes into the town's lake come out different.
    • Dark Matter 2015 TV Series
      • Facility in the Antares Sector - a safe harbor for android kind, far beyond the reach of our human oppressors (Season 3 episode Built, Not Born)
  • Saquo-Pilia Hensha
  • Second Try
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "And here where the second expedition was destroyed, and it was named Second Try, and each of the other places where the rocket men had set down their fiery caldrons to burn the land, the names were left like cinders, and of course there was a Spender Hill and a Nathaniel York Town…" (The Naming of Names)
  • The Seven Domes
    • Star Trek: Picard 2019 TV Series
      • In the 13 year-old flashback scene that kicks off the episode, Fenris Ranger Seven of Nine arrives at a facility called the Seven Domes located on the planet Vergessen in the Hypatia System, in time to rescue Icheb, from an un-anesthetized Borg part extraction procedure. (Season 1 episode Stardust City Rag)
  • Shaky Town
    • C.W. McCall 1974 Music
      • "We is headin' for bear on I-one-oh 'bout a mile outta Shaky Town." (Song: "Convoy" / Album: Black Bear Road)
  • Shamballah
    • The Diary Of Alonzo Typer 1938 Literature
      • City built by the Lemurians fifty million years ago, yet inviolate still behind its walls of psychic force in the eastern desert, that Alonzo Type reads about in the journals of Claes van der Heyl.
  • Sin City
    • Everclear 1991 Music
      • I'm going in. To sin city. I'm gonna win. In sin city. Where the lights are bright. Turn the town tonight. I'm gonna win. In sin city. from Sin City by Everclear
  • Six Hills
    • The Bobiverse 2016 Literature
      • Quinlan town where Bob is taken into custody by the local police and removed from The Clipper barge. (Heaven's River)
  • Southeast Station
  • Spender Hill
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "And here where the second expedition was destroyed, and it was named Second Try, and each of the other places where the rocket men had set down their fiery caldrons to burn the land, the names were left like cinders, and of course there was a Spender Hill and a Nathaniel York Town…" (The Naming of Names)
  • Sprynge-Field
    • The Simpsons 1989 Animated Series
      • Middle Ages version of Springfield. First Toil, then the Grave. (Season 9 episode Treehouse of Horror VIII - segment Easy-Bake Coven)
  • Squatters Corners
    • Futurama 1999 Animated Series
      • episode Bendin' in the Wind. Bender tours with Beck as his washboard player. Several locations are listed on the map of their tour, including Sylvania, Penn Republic, and Squatters Corners.
  • Stalsk-12
    • Tenet 2020 Film
      • Town where Andrei Sator grew up - a Soviet era secret city, closed cities not shown on maps, built around sensitive industries. Most of them have been opened up and renamed as regular towns - but not this one. In the 70s, it had a population of about 200,000. Thought to be abandoned due to some kind of accident, after which it was used for underground tests.
  • Steel Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "The old Martian names were names of water and air and hills. They were the names of snows that emptied south in stone canals to fill the empty seas. And the names of sealed and buried sorcerers and towers and obeisks. And the rockets struck at the names like hammers, breaking away the marble into shale, shattering the crockery milestones that named the old towns, in the rubble of which great pylons were plunged with new names: IRON TOWN, STEEL TOWN, ALUMINUM CITY, ELECTRIC VILLAGE, CORN TOWN, GRAIN VILLA, DETROIT II, all the mechanical names and the metal names from Earth." (The Naming of Names)
  • Sulaco
    • Parallels 2015 Film
      • The name of the city on the slightly more futuristic version of Earth that the group visits.
  • Supertown
    • Rob Zombie 1985 Music
      • From the Rob Zombie song "Dead City Radio and the New Gods of Supertown" on the album Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor
  • Sweetwater
    • The Ice Pirates 1984 Film
      • Desert town where Lanky Bibs is hiding out - the guy who knows where the Princess's father is
  • Sylvania
    • Futurama 1999 Animated Series
      • episode Bendin' in the Wind. Bender tours with Beck as his washboard player. Several locations are listed on the map of their tour, including Sylvania, Penn Republic, and Squatters Corners.
  • Tangie Town
    • The Doors 1965 Music
      • Song: Maggie M'Gill. Miss Maggie M'Gill, she lived on a hill. Her daddy got drunk and left her the will. So she went down, down to Tangie Town. People down there really like to get it on.
  • Tann Province
  • Terminus
    • The Signal 2007 Film
      • The national model for smart growth and sustainable development. An electric city unsurpassed with exciting nondescript architecture, countless job opportunities, shopping and entertainment for millions. Population 4,536,728.
  • Tetrahyde
    • The Status Civilization 1960 Literature
      • The city of Tetrahyde was a collection of buildings sprawled along a narrow peninsula which jutted into a sluggish gray sea. The peninsula's landward side was contained by a high stone wall, pierced with gates and guarded by sentries. Its largest building was the Arena, used once a year for the Games. Near the Arena was a small cluster of government buildings.
  • Tientsin
    • I, Robot 1950 Literature
      • Location of hydroponics plant. "The Mexican Canal is two months behind schedule. The mercury mines at Almaden have experienced a production deficiency since last spring, while the Hydroponics plant at Tientsin has been laying men off. These items happen to come to mind at the moment. There is more of the same sort." (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
  • Timber
    • Final Fantasy VIII 1999 Video Games
      • Home of the magazine luguna onced worked for the Timber Maniacs. Timber has a large train station and home of alot of anti-goverment groups
  • Tinsel City
  • Tiny Town
    • Dead Milkmen 1983 Music
      • "Hello, my name is Billy Bob and I don't give a damn, I got myself some white sheets straight from the Ku Klux Klan. I got myself a daughter and she's a Mongoloid, Because I married my sister and our gene pool's been destroyed, let's do it! This is a tiny town, and we don't want you comin' round" (song Tiny Town)
  • Tochinoki
    • Spirited Away 2001 Animated Film
      • The city that Chihiro and her parents are moving to at the beginning is the fictional city of Tochinoki along Route 21, just north of Nagoya.
  • Tokakeribay
    • Tomb Raider 1996 Video Games
      • The only survivor of a plane crash in the Himilayas, 21 year old Lara Croft learned to depend on her wits to stay alive in hostile conditions a world away from her sheltered upbringing. 2 weeks later she walked into the village of Tokakeribay.
  • Town
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • A generically named town in the video game Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne from the episode called "Digital Estate Planning"
  • Trabia Garden
    • Final Fantasy VIII 1999 Video Games
      • another garden that Selphie is originally from before she transferred to balamb. High in the mountains..but was attacked by Edea by missles and was serverly damaged
  • Trondham Abbey
    • Hellboy 2004 Film
      • Grigori Rasputin opens a portal in order to awaken the Ogdru Jahad - the Seven Gods of Chaos - on the remains of Trondham Abbey, built on an intersection of ley lines, the boundaries between our world and the others.
  • Tube City
    • The Office 2005 TV Series
      • Michael's plan for putting plastic tubes all over the office. Jim: "Co-managing is a give and take. You have to pick your battles. One of the battles that i picked was to stop Michael from running plastic tubes all over the office and placing hamsters inside of them. He was gonna call it Tube City." (Season 6 episode Murder)
    • The City And The City 2018 TV Series
      • One of two fictional eastern Europe city-states that have different cultures and languages but occupy the same geographical space. The other is known as Besźel.
  • The United Forts Of Pillowtown
    • Community 2009 TV Series
      • New name for Abed's pillow fort (for the sake of conceptual symmetry) in episode Pillows and Blankets
  • Uravah
    • The Orville 2017 TV Series
      • City mentioned on the news on the alien planet where Kelly becomes a religion. Reporter: "The bloodshed continues in outer Jakora today as dissidents launched an attack on the Temple of Kelly in the city of Uravah." (Season 1 episode Mad Idolatry)
  • The Valley Beyond
    • Westworld 2015 TV Series
      • a.k.a. Glory, Eden, The Sublime. A virtual world created by Robert Ford, which allows the Hosts who chose to do so to live freely away from humans. (Season 2)
  • Vandorf, Germany
    • The Gorgon 1964 Film
      • Small rural village in Germany that is plagued by a string of bizarre murders from 1903 to 1910.
  • Vomitdorf
    • Muppets Most Wanted 2014 Film
      • Kermit books the Muppet Show in cabaret bars and coffee houses all across the industrial cities of Northern Germany, including Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Mudburg, Vomitdorf and Poopenburgen.
  • Waterville
    • The Commuter 1953 Literature
      • One of three proposed suburban housing tracts that were to be set up outside the city seven years earlier, but when city merchants opposed them, claiming they would draw too much retail business away from the city, only two of them - Waterville and Cedar Grove - were approved. Macon Heights was not.
  • West Egg
    • The Great Gatsby 1925 Literature
      • In the Great Gatsby, there are two cities, East Egg and West Egg, which are separated by the Valley of Ashes. What city you live in between the two, shows if you are from a wealthy family (East Egg) or if you are new to wealth (West Egg).
  • Whitefall: K-3 Mining Post
    • The Grinch 2018 Animated Film
      • On the outskirts of Whoville, there lives a green, revenge-seeking Grinch who plans on ruining the Christmas holiday for all of the citizens of the town.
  • Wilder Town
    • The Martian Chronicles 1950 Literature
      • Town on Mars: "They came to the strange blue lands and put their names upon the lands. Here was Hinkston Creek and Lustig Corners and Black River and Driscoll Forest and Peregrine Mountain and Wilder Town, all the names of people and the things that the people did." (The Naming of Names)
  • Willow Grove
    • I, Robot 1950 Literature
      • Street address (Story: Evidence). Byerley said evenly, "I read here as the description of what you are to search; I quote: ‘the dwelling place belonging to Stephen Allen Byerley, located at 355 Willow Grove, Evanstron, together, with any garage, storehouse or other structures or buildings thereto appertaining, together with all grounds thereto appertaining'... um... and so on. Quite in order. But, my good man, it doesn't say anything about searching my interior. I am not part of the premises. You may search my clothes if you think I've got a robot hidden in my pocket."
  • Winden
    • Dark 2017 TV Series
      • Mysterious small German town, primary setting for the series. (Season 1 episode Secrets)
  • Windermere
    • Fantastic Mr. Fox 2009 Animated Film
      • Duck and goose farmer Nate Bunce sits on phone books to eat at his kitchen table - one titled "Great Harrowsford”, and one titled "Windermere & Lesser Eton Valley”.
  • WiseGuyVille
    • Dead Milkmen 1983 Music
      • "Built ourselves a city, and we call it WiseGuyVille, and we made a few mistakes, like putting children on the pill, and we never do no working, 'Cause we got cable TV. Hell, I finally found a city full of people just like me." (song City of Mud)
  • Xzgtpkl
    • How We Went To Mars 1938 Literature
      • City on Mars where the Snoring-in-the-Hay Rocket Society ship, The Pride of the Galaxy, lands (not an authorized landing place).
  • Yian-Ho
    • The Diary Of Alonzo Typer 1938 Literature
      • The lost and hidden city wherein brood aeon-old secrets, and of which dim memories older than the body lurk behind the minds of all men, that Alonzo Type reads about in the journals of Claes van der Heyl.
  • Zilchbrück
    • The Grand Budapest Hotel 2014 Film
      • "With a plethora of spa locations extending far beyond the offerings of the Grand Budapest and environs, all manner of royalty and celebrity flocked to the country, from the top of the Zubrowkan Alps to the valleys of Augenzbürg and Zilchbrück." - from the Grand Budapest Hotel movie website
  • The Zone
    • The Stand 2020 TV Series
      • Populated area where survivors of the super flu gather, attempting to rebuild society. (Episode The End)
  • Zooropa
  • Zootopia
    • Zootopia 2016 Animated Film
      • a.k.a. Zootropolis, Zoomania (depending on country where it was released). urban city inhabited by anthropormorphic animals.

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