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World Cities Based on Location A-Z - #2

26 cities are on the map, one for each letter. Based on its location, can you guess them all?
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First submittedNovember 27, 2016
Last updatedNovember 28, 2016
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World City
A
Auckland
B
Brazzaville
C
Cordoba
D
Detroit
E
Edmonton
F
Frankfurt
G
Guadalajara
World City
H
Hobart
I
Izmir
J
Jerusalem
K
Kolkata
L
London
M
Maracaibo
N
Naples
World City
O
Oran
P
Pittsburgh
Q
Qingdao
R
Riyadh
S
Sucre
T
Tunis
World City
U
Urumqi
V
Vancouver
W
Windhoek
X
Xi'an
Y
Yangon
Z
Zagreb
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level 71
Nov 28, 2016
Very nice! I think Tunis is further North
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level 59
Nov 28, 2016
Thanks! Should be fixed now.
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level 60
Oct 16, 2017
Why is this under the "Easy Quizzes" category?
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level 59
Oct 17, 2017
I hope it's not too easy..
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
Its not. A lot of guessing through multiple cities in some immediate areas under those dots.
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level 53
May 25, 2018
I thought Yangon was Yangoon I typed that in like 3 times
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level 56
Jun 18, 2018
Please accept Riyad for Riyadh
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level 67
Jun 18, 2018
It was great typing "Riyad," having nothing show up, and having to think - could it be that I really have to type the "h"? It made me try Rangoon and Calcutta, just to see what would (not) happen.
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
What's wrong with Rangoon and Calcutta and Bombay and Canton and so on? (Don't start on ABC was already taken here thing) There's a continuation in history that let's people stay literate when reading or hearing of place names as they've been pronounced for a long time. 1) All identity is lost when a place is renamed in English and it takes time to become known again. 2) Any references in books, movies or history are completely lost on new generations 3) Proper adjectives lose connection. 4) New spellings generally look like an eye chart and are often indecipherable as written in Latin script 5) Nobody and I mean nobody is going to pronounce it intelligibly for the locals anyway 6) We're speaking thousands of English words, not a foreign language here. 7) The locals spell and pronounce our English language places to fit their languages....as they logically should.
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
الرياض‎
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
^^ I'm not seeing the H. What on earth are you talking about?
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
ရန်ကုန်မြို့
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
^^ Without translating, tell me whether that says Rangoon or Yangon.
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
কলিকাতা
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level 72
Sep 12, 2018
^^ Again, without a translator, which does that say? Are you SURE you're saying it correctly now?
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level 51
Jun 18, 2018
When its sequel is coming ? I Can't wait
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level 59
Jun 19, 2018
Now that you mention it, soon!
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level 60
Aug 25, 2019
Very good quiz :) Another one, please ? :))))
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level 59
Aug 25, 2019
Thank you! We made another one, we'll release it this week :)