What cities in US are named after countries?
US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand
There are eighteen different cities named Columbus in the US.
There are 24 cities named Paris in the United States.
There are 10 cities in the United States named Bethlehem.
Sometimes it's named after a famous person or maybe named after other stuff
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 several US cities named 'Bagdad.'
9 cites in US named Dublin. What states are they in?
capitas and cities in the us
There are no cities, but there is an unincorporated community named Zoe, in Lee County, Kentucky.
They were named by different types of people. Most commonly were from the Native Americans, their tribes named some places after their leaders or tribes. Land that was owned by Mexico were named by Mexican natives before the land was sold to America. Unnamed land, or land stolen by the Europeans from the Native Americans was re-named to names we know today by the Europeans, or White people. Explorers also named some land. Immigrant based… Read More
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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.
There are cities named Georgetown in several different countries. There are 3 in Australia, 4 in Canada, and dozens in the US. Notable is Georgetown, Guyana, which is the country's capital.
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 hundreds of cities in the US named by the Spanish or based on Spanish words/names. Any city with a name that starts with the word San or Santa are named after the Spanish name for saints.
how many cities are name reno in the u. s
There are no cities or towns in the U.S. with the name China.
There are at least 10 cities named Jalalabad in various countries.
These include Guatemala and Panama.
No. While there are cities named "Boston" in various countries (USA, UK, Uzbekistan, Philippines), there is no country named Boston.
27 States have a city named Madison!
There is one city named SAN Antonio, Texas.
Niagara Falls is located in two countries (Canada and US), two cities (both named Niagara Falls), a province (Ontario) and a state (New York).
The answer takes time. I think a lot. I am not saying the answer. But Clue : There are 10 towns and cities which are named after fords in United States
All states have a town or city named Springfield.
there are 41 cities, towns and townships in the USA named Goshen.
There are 5 cities, towns, and/or townships in the U.S named Shamrock in the following states: Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri, and Minnesota.
US battleships, with the one exception of the USS Kearsarge, were named after US states. US cruisers were named after US cities; US destroyers were named after US Sailors or Marines; US submarines were named after fish. US fleet & light carriers were named after Revolutionary War battles or ships. US escort carriers, also known as jeep carriers were named after US bays.
Texas, South Dakota,
San Diego and Sacramento are a couple of them
Illinois, Montana and Texas.
There are many, but for instance New York.
No, there is only one Kentucky.
Yes, Justice, IL.
Senegal and Bangladesh have their respective capital cities named dakar
There are many cities in the US that share their names with English cities. Here are just 5 English cities that have cities with the same name in the USA: Newcastle, Leeds, Birmingham, London and Manchester.
Yes and no. There are cities named Plymouth in the US, Plymouth Massachusetts being the most famous. There is also a Plymouth in England. Plymouth Massachusetts was named after it.
Nine towns are named after foreign COUNTRIES: China, Poland, Peru, Norway, Mexico, Egypt, Sweden, Denmark, Lebanon (These are all listed on a signpost at the junction of Routes 35 and 5 at Lynchville, Me.) There are, in addition, several towns named for foreign cities: Rome, Paris, Oxford, Moscow, Dresden, etc.
That depends on what sport. In sports such as baseball, yes. Also, the teams can be named after countries, or provinces/states, like in the CFL.
The answer would appear to be James Madison. Wikipedia lists 21 US cities named Madison. http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_most_common_U.S._place_names Washington is 2nd with 18. Jackson appears to be 3rd, there are 16 cities named Jackson, although Jackson CA, Minn., & WY. are named for a different persons named Jackson. There are also 4 cities named Jacksonville, all named for Andrew Jackson. There are 17 cities named Cleveland, although a number of them (including the largest Cleveland, OH) were… Read More
Ten, not including towns and townships.
There is a Houston in Minnesota, Mississippi and Texas.
Yes. For example, there is Stockholm, Wisconsin.