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Cities by Famous Street

Name the cities where you'll find these famous streets.
Last updated: July 01, 2017
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Street
City
Bourbon Street
New Orleans
Downing Street
London
Wall Street
New York City
Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington D.C.
Penny Lane
Liverpool
Ringstraße
Vienna
Nevsky Prospekt
St. Petersburg
Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles
Avenue des Champs-Elysees
Paris
Rue Sainte-Catherine
Montreal
Street
City
Via Veneto
Rome
Soi Cowboy
Bangkok
Shibuya Street
Tokyo
Gran Via
Madrid
O'Connell Street
Dublin
La Rambla
Barcelona
Peachtree Street
Atlanta
Lombard Street
San Francisco
Michigan Avenue
Chicago
Ocean Drive
Miami Beach
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level 27
May 12, 2013
So little people got rue st catherine. Probably one of the best party streets in the world. Where I live outside Boston is only 4 hours drive from montreal where you can drink at 18. Ahh the good ol days.
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level 37
May 14, 2013
Mental note: my children are not allowed to go to college within 4 hours of Montreal. Ha ha.
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level 51
Nov 12, 2014
To be honest, in college kids won't drive 4 hours to drink. They'll just drink where they go to college.
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level 71
Mar 14, 2014
Probably because people are forgetting about French Canadian cities in the quiz context...
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level 68
Jul 10, 2017
never heard of it...did get bangkok for soi cowboy....tried every french city i could think of...never dawned on me to think canada in this case
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level 74
Sep 6, 2017
I think some comments were deleted. Here's a link to the first of several sequels I made to this quiz. Now probably redundant because QM took some of the answers from mine. :P

Cities by Famous Street #2
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level 34
May 7, 2014
Isn't there also a street in Bordeaux, France called Rue Sainte Catherine?
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level 74
Nov 12, 2014
Pretty sure there's a Michigan Ave in Washington, as well. Disappointed to not see Main St, Elm St, 1st St, or Maple. More seriously, though, what about the Via Dolorosa? That's gotta be more famous than many of these others. Would help make the quiz a bit more international, as well. Some other famous streets I know of, maybe for the next version of the quiz.... Orchard St in Singapore, Bangla Rd in Patong (Phuket), Roxas Blvd in Manila, Soi Sukhumvit in Bangkok (also Soi Cowboy and Soi Nana), Sheikh Zayed Rd in Dubai, King Abdullah St in Riyadh (though I think they probably have one of those in every city in Saudi Arabia), Exhibition Rd in Manama... most of these probably not known to the average person though you could guess some.

and then plenty of other famous streets for cities that you've already included like... Broadway, Abbey Rd, Atlantic Ave, etc. Nice quiz.
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level 48
Nov 12, 2014
Could add to that Dam Straat, Amsterdam, O'Connel St, Dublin and Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem.
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level 74
Nov 12, 2014
Via Dolorosa was the first one I mentioned. But Dam Straat? Damn straight!
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level 74
Nov 12, 2014
Made my own quiz linked above, but removed Exhibition Road because you have to go pretty far down the list of google results before you find the one in Bahrain.
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level 45
Oct 14, 2017
But Rue Saint-Catherine is the best known street of Bordeaux…
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level 53
Apr 22, 2018
Do you mean Dam Square?
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level 68
Oct 14, 2017
Bordeaux was my first guess as well!
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level 59
Nov 12, 2014
Only 6 of 16 of the streets are outside the USA.. Come on!!
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level 75
Nov 12, 2014
There are 10 out of 20 that are non-American. Maybe you should start with the world map quiz. Does Jetpunk have a quiz on how to count?
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level 74
Apr 20, 2015
I did another quiz linked above. 17 of the answers are extra-American. You're welcome. Enjoy.
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level 72
Jul 8, 2017
Yay!
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level 49
Nov 12, 2014
There's a famous Lombard Street in the City of London too - possibly where the SF one got its name??
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level 74
Nov 12, 2014
probably
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level 59
Nov 13, 2014
Expanding on above. London's Lombard Street is the equivalent of Wall Street in New York. The Bank of England is at one end of it, Lloyd's insurance market was previously located there, as were the HQs of most British banks. London should be accepted as an alternate answer.
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level 72
Jul 8, 2017
Agreed.
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level 59
Oct 14, 2017
I repeat the comment above re Lombard Street.
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level 67
Sep 23, 2018
It also acts as a useful acronym for some of the people who work there - Lots Of Money But A Real ...
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level 20
Nov 12, 2014
i thought Pennsylvania is in Atlantic city
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level 57
Oct 14, 2017
There may be a Pennsylvania Avenue in Atlantic City, but the White House is at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Every American knows that, so I can't imagine Atlantic City rates on the same level.
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level 65
Oct 16, 2017
But every Monopoly player in the English speaking world knows about the Pennsylvania Avenue in Atlantic City, so it's even. I think it should be accepted. :)
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level 74
Oct 16, 2017
There's a Michigan Avenue in Monopoly too, but I immediately thought of Chicago. I also immediately thought of DC for Pennsylvania Ave.. Also, Monopoly games in other English-speaking countries don't have streets from the USA.
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level 65
Sep 16, 2018
And I'm guessing that there's a fairly large percentage of US Monopoly players that don't realize that the street names are from Atlantic City.
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level 20
Nov 12, 2014
got them all! yey!!! :) *\o/*
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level 53
Nov 12, 2014
there's a pretty famous Ocean Drive in Newport, RI as well
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level 63
Nov 15, 2014
There's a Michigan Avenue in Detroit also.
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level 64
Oct 14, 2017
That's the first one I thought of, too.
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level 72
Jan 28, 2015
Some of us want to learn about the world, not focus on US information kthx.
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level 74
Jun 27, 2015
Little known fact: the United States is in the world. You're welcome.
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level 62
Sep 16, 2015
Little known fact to most of the americans: there is more than the USA in the world! Hard to believe to many of US-citizens, but true!
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level 74
Oct 20, 2015
uh huh, right... don't forget to tell the Europeans that the world doesn't begin and end at the borders of Europe, too.
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level 52
Oct 15, 2017
They know, kal. 40% of questions is too many.
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level 74
Oct 16, 2017
Aesthus: if they know they certainly don't act like they do. The quiz is fine. Take the sequels I made if the existence of the United States offends you.
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level 59
Feb 20, 2015
Here's a non "Too American" comment: There's probably a Via Veneto in most Italian cities!
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level 62
Nov 3, 2015
@kalbahamut: this is something, that americans alway forget. They make war in countries far away from home to bring "freedom" but at its all about oil. And then they go home and the people of the invaded countries start to "invade" Europe now - I hope american press is writing about that (if not, I would not be suprised). WE have to clean up your mess and thats why its hard to stand your comments, because you think of yourself as such a wise guy - but are just a typical american. And this says everything!
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level 74
Nov 22, 2015
A European talking about needing to clean up an American's mess. That's just so beautifully absurd I feel like if I say anything more I'm going to ruin it.
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level 57
Oct 14, 2017
Hey McCoy, please tell me, which European country, when it was the world's reigning power, acted any differently? Remember that "the sun never set on the British Empire"? Or how about those Nazis and their Italian allies? The Belgian Congo? Why do you think they speak Portuguese in Brazil, Spanish in the rest of South America, and French in parts of Africa? Do you think they're just fond of those language, or was it maybe that Europeans came over and conquered those people? How about the Dutch East Indies? Is international intervention unique to America, or is it simply that whichever country is most powerful imposes its will, as it always has? It's easy to sit back with a view from the middle and gripe about the US. You know why Ireland doesn't invade countries? Because it can't. Neither can Austria or Latvia or Czechia. So stop acting like its some intrinsically American problem. It isn't. It's a power problem. Always has been.
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level 66
Mar 12, 2016
There is a very famous street in London called Lombard Street. It is historically the main banking street. Also the street in Barcelona is called Las Ramblas. I remember it well because I got my wallet stolen there.
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level 56
Sep 6, 2017
Las Ramblas or La Rambla, both are correct (the former is the Spanish name, the latter is Catalan).
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level 71
Dec 10, 2016
Wow I've been to twelve of those!
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level 40
Mar 28, 2017
Tokyo didn't work for me
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level 53
Apr 1, 2017
there is also a Rue Sainte-Catherine in Bordeaux France
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level 59
Jun 2, 2017
Steepest street in the world: Baldwin Street, Dunedin, New Zealand. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-AcBQRqwlM
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level ∞
Jul 1, 2017
I updated the quiz to make it slightly less American. Thanks to Kalbahamat for Dublin and Bangkok.
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level 74
Sep 6, 2017
aw.. why didn't you just keep this one as-is and feature the sequels I made? They were all good.
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level 74
Sep 6, 2017
and which American streets did you take off of this one? I went out of my way to avoid doubling up answers. I could take those and put them on the sequels instead...
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level ∞
Sep 6, 2017
I don't remember now.
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level 63
Aug 4, 2017
There is a Rue Sainte-Catherine in Bordeaux, France.
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level 60
Oct 14, 2017
I knew only 6 of these but guessing cities likely to show up got me 17/20.
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level 56
Oct 14, 2017
Nice one, thanks. But why not make it a yellow box quiz? Too easy to get some by accident or just guessing?
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level 49
Oct 14, 2017
Isn't Michigan ave in Atlantic city? Like from monopoly? I couldn't understand why I didn't get that one.
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level 66
Oct 14, 2017
Nice quiz, but Kurfürstendamm would be an appropriate addition.
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level 63
Oct 14, 2017
There is also a Michigan Ave. in Detroit. Just sayin'.
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level 76
Oct 15, 2017
But is it famous?
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level 49
Nov 20, 2017
It's one of the major spokes coming from downtown Detroit to the suburbs (and beyond), but realistically, the Michigan Avenue in Chicago is definitely more synonymous with Chicago than the one in Michigan is with Detroit. Woodward Avenue is the big one here.
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level 39
Dec 6, 2017
I think Bordeaux should be an acceptable answer to the Rue Sainte-Catherine question, since it's just as famous as the one in Montreal.
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level 43
Feb 5, 2018
Of course 40% American cities.
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level 67
Feb 5, 2018
How about Beale Street in Memphis? It's lined with blues clubs, many of which are huge tourist attractions, and the area has its own Wikipedia article and everything.
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level 74
Sep 23, 2018
That might have been one of the streets that QM took off to make the quiz less American, borrowing some answers from later quizzes that I authored. I could add it to one of the sequels.
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level 60
Sep 24, 2018
How about Roadway Street, in Cleveland? Dumbest street name ever.
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level 64
Nov 27, 2018
NOLA acceptance anyone?
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