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    There's also a town called "Walhalla" in North Dakota, South Carolina, and Texas as well as two towns called "Valhalla" in North Carolina, and one in New York, Alabama, and Florida.

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    This thread that presents town names of our Faith and Heritage can inspire our Folk here to move to such places if they dont already live in a town with a good name and get connected with the local Folk there.

    Being in such places can have a big impact for the positive, in those towns are more than likely Folk who moved there from Europe and held onto their roots, but unfotunately they are X-ian, but the introduction of their tru Faith can harvest some fine individuals for new members of our Faith.

    If I can recall correctly, the AFA works with German, Swedish, & etc cultural centers to (re)introduce our Fith to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gagnraad
    The place I live in is named after Tolkien: Orkanger = Orc-anger
    Actually, Orkanger means orc remorse. I can see that you were making a joke, but I just had to

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    Wensley and Wensleydale are my personal favorite, for my family and my appetite. Woden or Odin makes no difference to me and I'll have his legacy on the land either way. <3

    EDIT: In my haste, I forgot my other fave: Tórshavn, capital of the Færoyar.

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