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A-Z Cities That End in G

Name these major cities that start with a certain letter of the alphabet and end in the letter G. The number of letters for each answer is shown in brackets.
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Last updated: February 27, 2019
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Letter
Hint
City
A
City and university town in Bavaria, Germany, founded in 15 BC by the Romans, named after Emperor Augustus (8)
Augsburg
B
Capital of West Java province, Indonesia; capital of the former Dutch West Indies (7)
Bandung
C
City in southwest China; capital of the Republic of China from 1937 to 1946 (9)
Chongqing
D
Port city, commercial and educational centre of central Vietnam (6)
Da Nang
E
F
G
Second-largest city in Sweden; host of the Gothia Cup, the world's largest youth football tournament (10)
Gothenburg
H
Special administrative region in southern China; former British colony (8)
Hong Kong
I
J
Largest city in South Africa; seat of the Constituional Court (12)
Johannesburg
K
Political and economic centre of southern Taiwan (9)
Kaohsiung
L
M
Capital of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany; destroyed with the worst massacre during the Thirty Years' War (9)
Magdeburg
Letter
Hint
City
N
Second-largest city in Bavaria, Germany; site of major Nazi rallies and trials of major Nazi officials (9)
Nuremberg
O
Independent city in Lower Saxony, north-western Germany (9)
Oldenburg
P
Capital of North Korea (9)
Pyongyang
Q
R
Fourth-largest city in Bavaria, whose medieval centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; among the most-visited places in Germany (10)
Regensburg
S
City in western Austria, noted for its annual music festivals; setting of 'The Sound of Music' (8)
Salzburg
T
City in North Brabant, Netherlands, loved and supported by King William II, where he died (7)
Tilburg
U
V
City in Gauteng province, South Africa; name derived from Dutch, meaning 'association' or 'union'
Vereeniging
W
Capital of Manitoba, Canada, first settled as a French trading post in 1738 (8)
Winnipeg
X
Y
City in central Russia, named after Ekaterina, wife of Peter the Great who founded the city in 1721 (13)
Yekaterinburg
Z
City in Jiangsu Province, on the Yangtze River, in eastern China (formerly romanised as 'Chinkiang'), famous for its fragrant black vinegar (9)
Zhenjiang
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