Most Geographic Places Named In A Tweet

United States


Rockville, Maryland, United States / August 14, 2015

Doron T. named 52 places in a single tweet. See a list of short name places here.

- each place name must be unique
- each place name must be separated by a space
- places must be included on Wikipedia's list of short name places
- may not list any name twice, even if more than one place exists with that name
- must follow form of current record holder
- must provide video evidence


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  • Australia Moses Brasher

    Just one- seeing as how all the place names have to come from a specified list, and there has to be a space in between names, is this record beatable in the first place?

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    I think the variations of "0" should not be counted. I am in favor of reducing Adams current record to 47 places and making Dinesh's last of 49 the current world record holder. Any other thoughts out there?

  • India Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya

    I just found that my record of 49 place names failed. As I already commented

  • India Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya

    Strictly stick to the record criteria, here I am attempting new record where you will find no repetation of place names i.e. letters.Now consider it as a new record.

  • Philippines MaAnn P.

    Adam has a point, I found two "O's" on the original record: O and Ø. If that won't be permitted, dinesh's tweet should be recounted as well.

  • Australia Moses Brasher

    I don't believe so. In Dinesh's previous record, he used both O and Ø, which both seem to be the letter 'O'. Also, in Dinesh's tweet he used 'Å'. Why not use 'A' instead? Because 'Å' is on the list, not 'A'.

    I think it's kind of demeaning to those using different alphabets to claim their letters aren't equal with ours.

  • United States Rob Birdsong

    In Adam’s tweet, I found all 3 (O, Ô & Ö) are same as they are simply letter ‘O’. This is the reason why I avoid them for my use in record tweet. Here is repetition of place name ‘O’ in Adam’s tweet which is violating the record criteria. So I am in favor of rejection of this record.

  • India Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya

    In Adam’s tweet, I found all 3 (O, Ô

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