February 26, 2016 Comments (0) Nature

47 Unusual Places In Utah That Proves The State Is Mysterious

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In a 2010 United States Census, there are about 240 municipalities in Utah that have populations as few as two dozen and as many as nearly 200,000. Here are 50 strange places in Utah you may not have heard of yet.

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1.) Amalga, Utah

Amalga was first inhabited in 1850. It got its name from the Amalgamated Sugar Company that built a factory there in the 1900s.

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