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The Dimmsdale City Park is a designated open area and playground in .

Dimmsdale was founded in 1665 by pioneers that were going to name their town Bitterburg, after . However, when his secret was revealed, that he was indeed a witch, stopped him and saved the town. In his honor, they renamed the town Daleburg, but a time-traveling recommended that it be called Dimmsdale and they complied with that idea.

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The Dimmsdale City Zoo is an animal zoo located in .

The Dimmsdale Junkyard is a landfill for garbage located in . Due to its smelly, disgusting nature, as well as all of the junk lying around, the junkyard is the ideal spot for to live and hide his spaceship.

Mount Saint Dimmsdale is the mountain where the "Dimmsdale" sign is located.

Many of the inhabitants of Dimmsdale Flats are carbon copy "ancestors" of several different characters. There are four children who look and act exactly like , , , and . There is also a babysitter who terrorizes the town and the children who looks exactly like Vicky known as Vicky the Kid. All of these characters speak with a western slang, such as "Ya'll reckon?".

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It is often mentioned as an average complex in the suburbs where Timmy lives. In , it is revealed that Dimmsdale has the population of 625,348; Quite a large population for such a small looking city. But it it got lowered down to 100,457.This is the only city featured in the show. The farthest that Timmy and his parents have gone away from home is the outskirts of Dimmsdale (except in one episode in which the Turners take a beat up R.V. to Niagara Falls and the "Pencil Pushing Museum" (Timmy's dad's job), both of which are supposed to be in Canada). Dimmsdale is the place where weird things happen because of Timmy's out of hand wishes!A common misconception is that Dimmsdale is named after , owner of the . However, in one episode, it is revealed that the city was named after .Dimmsdale was founded in by pioneers that were going to name their town Bitterburg, after . But when his secret was revealed, that he was indeed a , stopped him and saved the town. In his honor, they renamed the town Daleburg, but a time-traveling recommended that it be called Dimmsdale.Some places, like the Dimmsdale Dimmadome (local theater) are in Downtown. Dimmsdale is in California (currently in Michigan) as revealed in "" and "". - Based on the Dimmsdale Mall, The NW Mall is a super massive shopping mall that has every shop that a Dimmsdale citizen requires. It has tenants from the show's original counterpart. First appeared: Shopping Frolic.Dimmsdale is now drawn even more realistic and different from its original show. Timmy lives in here in the suburbs and still in his own home. In the show, every house in the suburbs resemble Timmy's house (except that the other houses have purple roofs and Timmy has a red roof. Just like Oggy and the Cockroaches. Oggy's house resemble every house in the suburbs. The only change is the roof color)Hester and Dimmsdale are finally reunited, but still not free of their sin and still not close enough to touch. Hawthorn describes, “yet with a space between, as if the dust of the two sleepers had no right to mingle” (651). It would seem that neither of them could escape. Why is their description heraldic? Dimmsdale’s family is never mentioned throughout the story. We are left to believe that he has no close kin. As soon as Pearl is married off and taken care of, Hester returns to her solitary life in the village. The only true connection either of them have is to each other by the sin they shared. Their whole value systems were changed by this sin as well. Adultery is their familial crest. They are defined by that one moment of their life.So why was this line, this description, so important as to be the last one in the book? I’ll start with what we know. This crest is placed over two otherwise unnamed graves, one new and one old. We can easily deduce that the graves are those of Hester and Dimmsdale. Their burial place has become something of legend and myth according to the end of the story. We already know a great deal about the scarlet letter’s symbolism. It is placed all through the story. The green field is a little more of a mystery however. Is the green field representative of the wilderness, the only place that Hester and Dimmsdale could even dream of being together in real life? Is the green field just representative of the place they are buried? I’m still not sure. Because the wilderness was such a large part of the symbolism of the story, I tend to believe that is what the “field, sable” represents.Himmsdale is the opposite of . , , and the rest of the males from lived here after Timmy wished for a world without women as he was humiliated in front of many girls from Dimmsdale. This world and Hersdale later turned back into the regular Earth when Timmy wishes everything back to normalIn this series Dimmsdale plays a big role. It's here where most part of the series is placed. In this series, the city is shown to be near Los Angeles, and the city is divided in 6 districts, placed in a pentagon shaped plant. The districts are:The city is the same as Dimmsdale, except with more sports stores, fast food restaurants, and a filthier appearance. All the males lived in Himmsdale.