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I'm just curious.

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It should say something along the lines of "Comes from a faraway place."

Faraway place (Japanese: 遠い場所 faraway place) is a location placeholder found in the core series games, first used in the Generation IV games. This placeholder data is used when a Pokémon is traded from a newer Pokémon game to an older game if the met location is not present in the older game.
Faraway place is also occasionally used as a location for Pokémon events, and has no corresponding location in any game.

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So if I look at its summary, it'll say "met at Route 15"?
That's what I wanted to know, not the location of the building.
Ah, I misunderstood. I'll edit my answer.
Thanks Astro!