So across Europe, apart from “Main Street” or variations on “Great Person Street”, it’s all about schools, churches, and This Bus Driver Earned All Of This Summer Break Shirt railway stations. And I think we have a tendency in Denmark to make shorter roads, so we need more (generic) names. We don’t have house numbers above something like 200. I’ve heard of plenty of different places with a Lærkevej, but I have never ever heard of an in my entire life. It’s “linden tree”, interestingly one of the words that’s still recognizable between Baltic and Slavic languages. Basically, it means all sorts of waterfronts, be it river bank, coast, shore, or beach.
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So since basically, every country has had people say “this can’t possibly be true” followed by “edit: yeah This Bus Driver Earned All Of This Summer Break Shirts isn’t right”, I’d say this map is fairly inaccurate. At least the German-speaking countries seem to be correct. Didn’t check but it looks like it. Little nitpick, Shore street is a better translation IMO, as shore means any place where land meets water, and the beach is a specific type of shore (sand or rocks, no vegetation). Both translate to in Finnish. But I guess Santa refers more often to shore than the beach in street names. The Finnish covers more than only beaches though.
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