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15 Places Around The World That'll Make You Put Your Hands On Your Hips And Say, "Ha! Look At That!"

5. The Haskell Free Library and Opera House is a building that resides right on the border of Canada and the US (Stanstead, Quebec, and Derby Line, Vermont to be exact). It has two entrances, one for Americans and one for Canadians, and there is a thick black line that indicates where the borderline exists.


6. In 1902, the UK drew up border lines for Egypt and Sudan that were different from those previously established in 1899. Because of this, two lands were in dispute: Bir Tawil and the Hala'ib Triangle. Both Egypt and Sudan claimed the Hala'ib Triangle, because of its desirable natural resources. Bir Tawil, on the other hand, had nothing. So neither country claimed it. Bir Tawil is a land without a country.

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