You’ve heard of Stockholm Syndrome but there are more psychological disorders named after cities, according to Atlas Obscura:
Lima Syndrome is when the hostage takers start sympathizing with the hostages. And London Syndrome is when hostages become argumentative toward their captors—often with deadly results.
In all, ten cities around the world carry a unique burden: they have a psychological disorder named after them. In an old issue of Names, the journal of the American Name Society, Ernest Lawrence Abel listed and described them. He arranged them in three categories: four tourism-related, three linked to hostage situations, and three “other.”
Other cities include Jerusalem, Paris, Florence, and Venice.