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Alabama
Birmingham - Birmingham, UK
Athens - Athens, Greece
Oxford - Oxford, UK
York - York, UK

Arkansas
Dover - Dover, UK
Hamburg - Hamburg, Germany
London - London, UK
Paris - Paris, France
Exeter - Exeter, UK
Plymouth - Plymouth, UK
Stuttgart - Stuttgart, Germany

California
Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Antioch - Ancient Antioch, Turkey
London - London, UK

Colorado
Brighton - Brighton, UK
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Lyons - Lyons-la-Forêt, France

Connecticut
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Danbury - Danbury, UK
Derby - Derby, UK
Dover - Dover, UK
Guildford - Guildford UK
Milford - Milford, UK
New London - London, UK
Norwich - Norwich, UK

Delaware
Dover - Dover, UK
Smyrna - Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey

Florida
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Pembroke Pines - Pembroke, UK
St. Petersburg - St. Petersburg, Russia
Venice - Venice, Italy

Georgia
Athens - Athens, Greece
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Dover - Dover, UK
Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Hull - Hull, UK
Lyons - Lyons-la-Forêt, France
Oxford - Oxford, UK
Rome - Rome, Italy
Smyrna - Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey
Vienna - Vienna, Austria
Bremen, Bremen, Germany

Idaho
Aberdeen - Aberdeen UK
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Dover - Dover, UK
Moscow - Moscow, Russia
Oxford - Oxford, UK
Paris - Paris, France
Troy - Ancient Troy, Turkey

Illinois
Inverness - Inverness, Scotland
Paris - Paris, France
Varna - Varna, Bulgaria
Venice - Venice, Italy
Vienna - Vienna, Austria
Warsaw - Warsaw, Poland

Indiana
Berne - Bern, Schwitzerland
Guildford - Guildford, UK
Warsaw - Warsaw, Poland
Plymouth - Plymouth, UK

Iowa
Birmingham - Birmingham, UK
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Lisbon - Lisbon, Portugal
Luxemburg - Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Madrid - Madrid, Spain
New Vienna - Vienna, Austria
Rome - Rome, Italy

Kansas
Bern - Bern, Switzerland
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Moscow - Moscow, Russia

Kentucky
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Glasgow - Glasgow, UK
London - London, UK
Paris - Paris, France
Warsaw - Warsaw, Poland

Maine
Belfast - Belfast, UK
Guildford - Guildford, UK

Maryland
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Guildford - Guildford, UK

Massachusetts
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Taunton - Taunton, UK
Plymouth - Plymouth, UK
Sandwich - Sandwich, UK
Worcester - Worcester, UK
Boston - Boston, UK
Gloucester - Gloucester, UK
Bedford - Bedford, UK

Montana
Belgrade - Belgrade, Serbia
Glasgow - Glasgow, UK
Guildford

Michigan
Alba - Alba, Piedmont, Italy
Albion - The Greek name and oldest known name for the island of Great Britain
Athens - Athens, Greece
Attica - region in Greece

Batavia - Passau (Batavia), Germany
Bingham - Bingham, Nottinghamshire, England.
Birmingham - Birmingham, UK
Cambria - Wales (Cambria), UK
Cambridge Junction - Cambridge, UK
Concord - Concord, Sunderland, UK, and Concord, Buckinghamshire
Flanders - Flanders, Belgium, and Flanders, Netherlands
Florence - Florence, Italy
Livonia - Swedish Livonia (region in present day Balkans)
London - London, UK
Montrose - Montrose, Scotland, UK
Moscow - Moscow, Russia (not technically Europe)
Palmyra - Palmyra, Syria (Not technically Europe)
Pompeii - Pompeii, Italy
Ravenna - Ravenna, Italy

Sparta - Sparta, Greece
Troy - Ancient Troy, Turkey
Weare - Weare, Somerset, UK
Wexford - Wexford County, Ireland
Whitehall - Whitehall District, UK

Minnesota
Belgrade - Belgrade, Serbia
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
London - London, UK
New Prague - Prague, Czech Republic
Stockholm - Stockholm, Sweden

Mississippi
Inverness - Inverness, Scotland
Oxford - Oxford, UK

Missouri
Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Glasgow - Glasgow, UK
New Madrid - Madrid, Spain
Paris - Paris, France
Vienna - Vienna, Austria
Warsaw - Warsaw, Poland

Nebraska
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
York - York, UK

New Hampshire (Hampshire - UK)
Berlin - Berlin, Germany
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Dover - Dover, UK
Manchester - Manchester, UK
Troy - Ancient Troy, Turkey

New Jersey (Jersey - UK)

New York (York - UK)
Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands
Guildford - Guildford, UK
Ithaca - Ancient Ithaca, Greece
New Rochelle - Rochelle, France
New York City - York, UK
Rome - Rome, Italy
Syracuse - Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
Troy - Ancient Troy, Turkey
Utica - Ancient Utica, Tunisia
Venice - Venice, Italy

North Dakota
Berlin - Berlin, Germany
Lisbon - Lisbon, Portugal
York - York, UK

Oklahoma
Prague - Prague, Czech Republic

Ohio
Cambridge - Cambridge, UK
Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
East Liverpool - Liverpool, UK
London - London, UK
Troy - Ancient Troy, Turkey

Pennsylvania
York - York, UK
PHILADELPHIA - Ancient Philadelphia, Turkey
Carlisle - Carlisle, UK
Lancaster - Lancaster, UK

Rhode Island
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Portsmith - Portsmith, UK

South Carolina
York - York, UK

South Dakota
Bristol - Bristol, UK

Tennesse
Bristol - Bristol, UK
Moscow - Moscow, Russia
Paris - Paris, France
Smyrna - Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey

Texas
Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Liverpool - Liverpool, UK
Newcastle - Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Odessa - Odessa, Ukraine
Paris - Paris, France
London - London, England

Vermont
Troy - Ancient Troy, Turkey

Virginia
Bristol - Bristol, UK

Washington
Newcastle - Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

West Virginia
Vienna - Vienna, Austria
London - London, UK

Wisconsin
Berlin - Berlin, Germany
Stockholm - Stockholm, Sweden

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