How many cities are named Covington?
UK: Covington, England US: Covington, Georgia Covington, Indiana Covington, Kentucky Covington, Louisiana Covington, Michigan Covington, New York Covington, Ohio Covington, Oklahoma Covington, Tennessee Covington, Texas Covington, Virginia Covington, Washington
There are a lot of American cities named after other cities, most of which are named after English cities. Some cities named after English cities are New York, Boston, Dover, Hartford, Springfield, Salem, and Concord. However, there are also other cities named after already American cities. This explains why there are so many cities named Albany or so many cities named Springfield, etc.
there are 54 cities that are named miami..... .....
about 70 cities were named after Alexander the great
There are 10 cities in the United States named Bethlehem.
There are eighteen different cities named Columbus in the US.
All over the world, there are about 15 cities and states named Houston.
how many cities are there in the united states of America
their are 2 cities that are named Omaha. Like Omaha in Texas, and Omaha, Nebraska.
467 cities are in Oregon
* Paducah * Bowling Green * Covington * Richmond
how many cities are name reno in the u. s
5 r named that
There are many American cities named after English cities. Typically this cities will be found more in the Northeastern USA. Some cities include Boston, New York, Hartford, Springfield, and Dover.
There are no cities in England named 'Albion'. Albion is an archaic name for Great Britain or England.
Covington Conyers Madison Greensboro Monroe
The five largest cities in the Commonwealth of Kentucky by population are Louisville, Lexington, Bowling Green, Owensboro, and Covington.
i think 12 cities
# Louisville # Lexington # Owensboro # Bowling Green # Covington.
There are 15 states with a city named Jacksonville.
One named turk ish maly
capitas and cities in the us
The question should be: How many states have cities named after them in THEIR state? (If it is worded in this manner.) Or better yet: How many states also have a city with a matching name, such as Kansas City, Kansas?
I think he named so many cities after him because he owned them.
There is only one City in Syria that has been named Damascus.
27 States have a city named Madison!
One Fairbanks, Alaska
Ontario, CA, Ontario OR
Too many to list!
it is called alexaNDRIA
At least 28 of them.
There are approximately 26 cities in the United States with the name Philadelphia. A few of the cities are in Tennessee, Alabama, and Indiana.
All states have a town or city named Springfield.
there are 41 cities, towns and townships in the USA named Goshen.
There are hundreds, but the major cities are Pittsburgh, East Liverpool, Wheeling, Parkersburg, Marietta, Cincinnatti, Covington, Evansville, Louisville among others
There are a Peoria in Arizona, Colorado, and Illinois.
Texas, South Dakota,
Illinois, Montana and Texas.
There are many, but for instance New York.
There is a Jellico in California as well as Tennessee
I believe there is only one and it is in Washington.
There are a number of things named Florida, including state, cities, towns, etc.
There are three cities in the US named Meridian: Meridian, Idaho Meridian, Mississippi Meridian, Texas There are several other places in the US named Meridian, although they are not cities. They are either towns, villages, townships, census-designated places, or unincorporated communities.
Chicago, Illinois, is a major city in the midwest. It has many named neighborhoods, but no 'cities' within it.