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The Oberrader (left) and Niederrader (right) farms in Unterfucking, 2016
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Coordinates: 48°22′00″N013°29′00″E / 48.36667°N 13.48333°E / 48.36667; 13.48333 Coordinates: 48°22′00″N013°29′00″E / 48.36667°N 13.48333°E / 48.36667; 13.48333
Country Austria
State Upper Austria

Unterfucking is a populated place in Upper Austria, Austria. [1]

Unterfucking has often been included in lists of places with unusual names.

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