Kids traveling abroad with their parents often can't remember the correct names of the places they visited. Neither can the foreign tourists coming from the countries with very different language (Japanese visiting the USA, German tourists visiting China, etc.). E.g. Chinese tourists who never spoke English may pronounce "The Eiffel Tower" as "The Eiffel ToweL" , and the "Tower of Pisa" as "The Towel of Pizza".
Mix up some words or letters to create a new wonder of the wor(l)d, or a new attraction place to visit. Some examples are "The Blue Square in Moscow", "Little Ben in London", etc.