Some the Longest Town Names in US in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan
There are a lot of long things in the Mitten State. Let's take a look at just a few of them before taking the time to read the longest name for a village, town, or city in Michigan.
Michigan 'Longest' Things You Never Thought You Needed to Know
These are random facts that you more than likely won't use for a...long...time, but lets take out our rulers and see how Michigan measures up:
- Michigan's Longest River
- Michigan's Longest Road
- If you've driven in the Upper Peninsula, you've more than likely hit M-28 at one point. Not only is it Michigan's longest road, but it holds another distinction among Michigan highways.
- Michigan's Longest Tunnel
- If you're thinking: 'It's an international crossing from Michigan to Canada, you're right! If you're thinking of the Winsor Tunnel', you're wrong. That wasn't even the first international tunnel built in Mitten. The original underwater border crossing was a train crossing. See the link below for more.
- The World's Longest Timber-Towered Suspension Bridge is in Michigan
The Loooooooooooongest Name For a Village, Town, or City in Michigan
Weighing in at 27 letters, the Village of Grosse Pointe Shores holds the title of the longest name for a village, town, or city in Michigan. And if you're curious, it is the 4th longest name for a city in the United States of America.
19 of the Longest Names for Villages, Towns, and Cities in the US
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