President Donald Trump decided that would be his home for at least the next four years, replacing Barack Obama as president of the United States of America executive. Now Trump and his family & # 39; I & # 39 are residents with the most famous address in the country, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Other well-known addresses come mostly from television shows, starting with the house Archie Bunker and his clan Havser 705 Street to the seventies All in the family & # 39; and. House greedy millionaire Montgomery Burns The Simpsons1000 Mammon Lane, was remembered by the fact that he so well describes it.
As for the main characters of the show, Homer and Marge live with their three children (Bart, Lisa and Maggie) at 740 Evergreen Terrace. Their neighbors, Ned and Maude Flanders and his sons Rod and Todd, live at 742 Evergreen Terrace.
Another cartoon, Sponge Bob Square PantsIt has a corresponding address. The title character, the house is a & # 39 is a pineapple under the sea, live on the 124-Conche street in the lower part of the bikini.
Sometimes the address becomes known not from television, but from music. residence of 461 Ocean Boulevard famous as the title of an album by Eric Clapton, recording, which became a huge hit in his cover of Bob Marley’s “I shot the sheriff.”
Here are five addresses that have become memorable thanks to the songs.
16 park lane
Sue, the last fare of the night, this residence has designated as a taxi driver in the hit Harry Chapin’s “Taxi”.
6802 Bayfield Avenue, Arverni, NY
Rock singer Indie Mac DeMarco invites “Wait, I’ll make you some coffee,” only the lyrics of the last song another album from 2015.
125 Parkway, London, NW1
Songwriter folk veteran spyavacha Loudon Wainwright quotes this address in the “Wall Harry” since 1989 therapy album in which you can order five alias “Dead skunks” five pseudonym “What-His-Name”.
157 Riverside Avenue
Pre Kevin Cronin REO Speedwagon used the residence as the title of a song on his self-titled debut album, and the tune remains the favorite of the concert more than forty-five years later.
1320 North Columbus
Hall of Fame “Rock and Roll” says this address in “Train Train Leaves Here This Jutror” tune Bernie Lidena on the eponymous debut album, which also included strong hits such as “Witchy Woman”, “Take it Easy” and ” peaceful easy feeling “.