Cities that End in M by Clue

Based on the clue, can you guess these cities whose names end in the letter M?
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Last updated: July 22, 2020
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Description
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Holiest city in Judaism and third holiest in Islam.
Jerusalem
Nordic capital that is situated mainly on fourteen islands.
Stockholm
African capital located on the confluence of the Blue and White Niles.
Khartoum
By law, this city is the capital of the Netherlands. But The Hague is actually home to
the Dutch Parliament and many foreign embassies.
Amsterdam
James Watt invented his steam engine in this city also known for the "Peaky Blinders" gang.
Birmingham
"Big 3" Allied leaders met in this German city in August, 1945.
Potsdam
Where Disneyland can be found.
Anaheim
Most populous Saudi city on the Persian Gulf.
Dammam
Robin Hood lived near this English city.
Nottingham
Third-biggest city in Norway. Also home to the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Trondheim
Largest port in Europe.
Rotterdam
Tanzania moved its capital from this city to Dodoma in 1973.
Dar es Salaam
Massachusetts town that is famous for its witch trials of 1692 and 1693.
Salem
Karl Benz invented the automobile while working in this city at the
intersection of the Rhine and Neckar.
Mannheim
One of New York City's neighborhoods was named after this Dutch city.
Haarlem
Three-letter religious and Islamic center of Iran.
Qom
One of the major cities in North Carolina's Research Triangle.
Durham
Russian city that shares its name with a hairstyle.
Perm
German city that was the birthplace of Albert Einstein.
Ulm
Biggest city in Indonesia's Riau Islands. It is located on the Singapore Strait.
Batam
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Level 72
May 4, 2020
The host of the Winter Olympics 1994 was Lillehammer, not Trondheim. They are about 218 miles apart.
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Level 67
May 5, 2020
I don't know what I was thinking 😅.
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Level 64
Aug 19, 2020
Grrr, when your brain interprets “neighbourhoods” to mean “boroughs”, and you see out the time trying to think of Dutch cities that sound vaguely Bronx-, Brooklyn- or Staten-ish.