Alabama cities A-Z

Type the cities beginning with each letter. Largest cities per letter.
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Letter
Hint
Answer
A
Largest city in eastern Alabama
Auburn
B
Largest city.
Birmingham
C
Is a newly incorporated city and a former census-designated place in northeastern Jefferson County.
Center Point
D
Located in the state's southeastern corner.
Dothan
E
Part of Coffee County near the southwestern part of Dale County.
Enterprise
F
Not to be confused with the one in Italy
Florence
G
In the northeast
Gadsden
H
At the top of the state.
Huntsville
I
Sounds like the 26th element in a city.
Irondale
J
Sounds like a male name.
Jasper
K
Sounds like a female name.
Kimberly
L
Not to confused with the one in the United Kingdom.
Leeds
Letter
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M
Capital.
Montgomery
N
Located on the Black Warrior River.
Northport
O
Only 29 miles from Georgia.
Opelika
P
Nicknamed "The Fountain City".
Prattville
R
U.S. Route 43 passes through the eastern side of this city.
Russellville
S
Best known for the 1960s Selma Voting Rights Movement.
Selma
T
The Bryant-Denny Stadium is home to the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide football team.
Tuscaloosa
U
It's most well-known for the bird dog statue in the middle of downtown's mainstreet.
Union Springs
V
Named for the 20-acre 8.1 estate of former Birmingham mayor George B.
Vestavia Hills
W
The county it's in became one of the fastest-growing counties
Wetumpka
Y
Named after a station without the new.
York
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