Nailed it!

Published On September 10, 2015 | By Dave Palmer | Blogs, Mornings

There’s a village in Wales that has the longest name of any location in Europe, and the second-longest in the world.  The name is 58 letters long, and they adopted it in the 1860’s as a promotional thing to get more tourists.

We’re not even going to TRY to pronounce it.  But a weatherman in England named Liam Dutton had to say it live on the air on Tuesday . . . and he somehow pronounced it perfectly.

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