How many cities in the world are named Warsaw?
All over the world, there are about 15 cities and states named Houston.
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..... .....
There are eighteen different cities named Columbus in the US.
about 70 cities were named after Alexander the great
There are 10 cities in the United States named Bethlehem.
how many cities are there in the united states of America
5 r named that
how many cities are name reno in the u. s
i think 12 cities
There are 15 states with a city named Jacksonville.
capitas and cities in the us
There is only one City in Syria that has been named Damascus.
I think he named so many cities after him because he owned them.
Ontario, CA, Ontario OR
Too many to list!
There are approximately 26 cities in the United States with the name Philadelphia. A few of the cities are in Tennessee, Alabama, and Indiana.
There are many, but for instance New York.
Texas, South Dakota,
Illinois, Montana and Texas.
I believe there is only one and it is in Washington.
The distance between the two cities' major airports is about 4,690 air miles.
There are a number of things named Florida, including state, cities, towns, etc.
Chicago, Illinois, is a major city in the midwest. It has many named neighborhoods, but no 'cities' within it.
Three, in Florida, Minnesota and Kansas
Ten, not including towns and townships.
Two: Boise, Idaho and Boise City, Oklahoma
Seattle, Washington is the only one.
Only one: Somersworth, New Hampshire.
Houston can be found in Texas, Mississippi and Minnesota.
There are exactly 21 city's that are named after Troy in Greek Mythology.
Most of Polish immigrants settled in New York and Chicago. But you can find them also in many other regions of US: Philadelphia, MIlwaukee, Los Angeles, Buffalo, Phoenix, etc. There are also some cities named by them: Warsaw, IN; Czestochowa, PA; Pulaski, WI; etc.
I only count sixteen- there may be more.
There are quite a lot of them, for a complete list, see related links.
Bountiful, Colorado Bountiful, Utah West Bountiful, Utah
There are many places named after famous explorers. Such as: Columbia, Maryland; Columbia, Missori; Columbus, Ohio; Columbus, Mississippi; and Columbiana; Ohio. These are just a few places named after the explorors. There is actually more than 20 cities named after Christopher Columbue alone.
There are many populated cities in Europe. The top populated cities are London, Berlin, Madrid, Rome, Paris, Bucharest, Vienna, Budapest, Hamburg, Warsaw, Barcelona, Munich, Milan, Prague, Sofia, Brussels, Birmingham, Cologne, Naples, as well as Turin.
If you mean towns and cities named Springfield, probably quite a few. I know three offhand - MA, IL, and OH.
Are you asking how many cities in the world? The answer to this question would be the following: "There is an incalculable number of cities in the world."
It is said that thousands of people in Warsaw had starved.
The "Paducah (disambiguation)" page of Wikipedia lists two, a city in Kentucky and a town in Texas named after the city in Kentucky.
Thjere are many towns and cities named Lancaster, most of them named after the city in the North West of England. See the related link below.
I don't think there is any exact figure. There was a tunnel from the Warsaw Ghetto to the outside world, but for many the big problem was remaining free after esacaping.
sixteen named after Alexander the great Not sure about the rest, but my hometown Alexandria, Minnesota was not named for Alexander the Great. It was named for Alexander Kincade the first Post Master General of the area.
Warsaw-Auschwitz is about 180 miles. 180 miles in how many minutes by car
There are approximately 34000 cities in the world!