No one wants to singled out as a weird, fanny-pack, camera-clicking foreigner. Besides the obvious fanny-pack, the fastest way to be labeled a tourist is to mispronounce the name of the city you’re visiting.

In all tourists’ defense, it’s not always easy learning how to say “Ibiza” with just the right amount of lisp, right? And honestly, sometimes the funky spelling, really, really doesn’t help!

Luckily, Thrillophilia, set out to find the most tricky city names to lend a helping guide to all would-be travelers.

Check out the photos below & prepare to wow the next “natives” you meet on your travels!

Melbourne, Australia

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Bangkok, Thailand

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Beijing, China

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Colombia

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Lafayette, USA

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Iraq

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Dubai, UAE

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Brisbane, Australia

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Helena, USA

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Reykjavik, Iceland

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Niger

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The River Thames, UK

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Phuket, Thailand

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Worcestershire, UK

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Qatar

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Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

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Versailles, France

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Yosemite Park, USA

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Montreal, Canada

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La Jolla, USA

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Kissimmee, USA

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Worcester, UK

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Budapest, Hungary

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Pakistan

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