There are loads of American towns that ripped their names right off foreign counterparts. From Aberdeen, Arkansas to Zurich, Montana, we prove to be a flattering people by way of imitation. That being said, the prevalence of some "international" destinations domestically is kinda insane. For example, there is a Peru in IL, IN, KS, ME, MA, NE, NY, PA, VT, WV, and WI. Mexicos? We got plenty! In IN, KY, ME, MD, MI, and NY. Polands are prevalent in ME, NY, and OH. Germany's got outposts in GA, IN, TX, and PA. You want Cubas? We've got half a dozen, In AL, IL, KS, MI, NM, and NY. No one's interested in seeing you in St. Louis -- our next adventures are set for Syria (VA) and Sudan (TX).
NB: The State Department's technically still issuing passports. The problem is, a bunch of their issuing offices are located in federal buildings... which are otherwise closed. So, intrepid travelers, prepare to clock a few more miles in-country before you can obtain your exit pass.