Interesting signage in South Florida. (No, I did not check the remaining streets for symphonies 1-8.)
That’s nice. Is it common in the USA to name streets after music?
Ever since I was little, after I encountered a strange street name I would imagine there is a back room in some municipal building where a handful of exhausted employees are trying to outdo one another with the most bizarre street names.
Jim: “It’s 2 in the morning and we still have 37 more names to go. What about the one here, next to City Hall?”
Phil: “Come on guys, seriously, let’s name it ‘Street Street.'”
Madge: [laughs] “Then we’d need Avenue Avenue…”
Earl: “We already used that one.”
Flo: “How about ‘Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony Street?'”
I don’t know of any tradition, though, of using music-related names for streets.
Ah, that’s how it works 8^)
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