Towns and Cities With the Longest Names

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20. Weldon Spring Heights
> State: Missouri
> Population: 109

Weldon Spring Heights may have a long name, but it is one of the smallest towns in the nation with just over 100 people. The town is located in St. Charles County in Missouri.

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19. Charlotte Court House
> State: Virginia
> Population: 646

Smack dab in the middle of Virginia is Charlotte Court House, a small city located in Charlotte County, Virginia. The town is about 75 miles southwest of the state capital, Richmond.

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18. White Sulphur Springs
> State: Montana
> Population: 999

White Sulphur Springs is located in Meagher County, Montana,roughly 35 miles southwest of Glacier National Park.

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17. North Redington Beach
> State: Florida
> Population: 1,533

North Redington Beach lies in the heart of Pinellas County, Florida. It was incorporated in 1953 and consists mostly of single family, waterfront homes.

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16. White Sulphur Springs
> State: West Virginia
> Population: 2,518

Montana isn’t the only state with a town called White Sulphur Springs. Greenbrier County in southeastern West Virginia is also home to a White Sulphur Springs. The town lies nearby the Allegheny Mountains.