Many people know that hamburgers are named after the city of Hamburg, but it is not commonly known that there is in Germany, a small town called Beefburg.

The city was originally planned to be laid out in the shape of Vicount Marcell Oftain's favorite cuts of meat, but only a few sections were completed before his death, and after the cessation of the project the town grew organically.
The few remaining examples are the likes of T-bone plaza and Bacon st.

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