People look down on Kentuckians who call their town Ver-SAYLES. Don't they know it's Ver-SIGH?
Really? And do they themselves say Pa-REE for the capital of that country? Do they say Moskva - and how do you pronounce "Moskva" anyway, Jasper? - for the towns in Maine and Idaho? Here in NH, that paper mill city on the Androscoggin River is pronounced BER-lin. When I was a child, I thought the Germans just said that wrong.
Roma, Firenze, Torino...
I learned to put the "sh" sound into both Budapest and Bucharest two decades ago through repetition and not wanting to sound wrong to the people there. So then I come back to America and these sound like something of an affectation. Wrong either way, I suppose.