This Instagram account shows the saddest, most amusing location names in the world.

This Instagram account shows the saddest, most amusing location names in the world.
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Sadtopographies is the glorious Instagram account that posts the saddest and most unfortunately named streets, land masses, and bodies of water in the world. You don't need to photobomb the Google StreetView car to make these spots amusing. There's truly a name for every occasion, and some that make you wonder if somebody won a contest, or it's one of those towns with only a few residents who all share a weird sense of humor.

For starters, let's take a trip this horrific island in Killarney, Canada, which is apparently where all dogs go instead of heaven:

Dead Dog Island, Killarney, Canada #deaddog

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Sorry, was Dead Dog Island not quite what you expected? Then jet over to this New Zealand island, where you also have time to think about your career and choice in lovers:

Disappointment Island, New Zealand #disappointment

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Speaking of choices in lovers, here's a creek in Wyoming that was clearly named by a bro who was very angry when his girlfriend broke up with him:

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Crazy Woman Creek, Wyoming, U.S #crazywoman

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These names can be real downers. Perhaps you need to cleanse yourself with a quick dip in this Delaware swimming hole:

Depression Pond, Dover U.S #depression

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Only if you've swam in the deepest valley can you ever know how magnificent it is to be on the saddest mountain in Montana:

Mount Despair, Montana, U.S. #despair

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Wait! Wait a second. THIS is the saddest mountain in Montana. And the scariest. Wow.

Bloody Dick Peak, Montana US #bloodydick

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That's a real mountain summit. And it's located in Beaverhead County, Montana, which is also home to Big Hole National Battlefield. This means Beaverhead is likely graced by the That's What She Said River and Boner National Wildlife Refuge.

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