List of palindromic places

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A palindromic place is a city or town whose name can be spelled either from left to right or right to left identically. An example of this would be Navan in Ireland.

The longest known palindromic place names are:

12 letters[edit]

11 letters[edit]

10 letters[edit]

A selection of other palindromic place names include:

9 letters[edit]

8 letters[edit]

7 letters[edit]

6 letters[edit]

5 letters[edit]

4 letters[edit]

  • Maam, Ireland

3 letters[edit]

Some of these short three-letter place names are shared by different locations in a number of countries:

2 letters[edit]

  • Aa, Estonia
  • Ee, Netherlands
  • Ii, Finland

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ "Find a postcode". Australia Post.