Words After Cities

Each hint gives you three words or phrases that commonly (or sometimes) follow the name of a city. Name the city. For example, if the hint were "Baked Beans, Marathon, Market," then the answer would be "Boston."
One of these answers is a U.S. state, not a city.
A couple others are not strictly speaking cities, but towns or neighborhoods.
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Last updated: October 18, 2018
First submittedAugust 4, 2013
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City
Hint
London
Fire, Underground, Fog
Philadelphia
Cheesesteak, Flyers, Roll
L.A.
Riots, Confidential, Gear
Nuremberg
Trials, Laws, Rallies
Washington DC
Sniper, United, Post
Harlem
Shake, Renaissance, Globetrotters
Tijuana
Flats, Cartel, Bottle Rocket
Oklahoma City
Bombing, Memorial, Thunder
Boston
Massacre, Strangler, Tea Party
City
Hint
Oslo
Accords, Freedom Forum, Bombing
Seattle
Slew, Mariners, Seahawks
Hollywood
Squares, Walk of Fame, Stars
Kyoto
Protocol, International Manga Museum, Imperial Palace
Daytona
500, Beach, Speedway
Kentucky
Fried Chicken, Derby, Bourbon Trail
Stockholm
Syndrome, Riots, Bloodbath
Cleveland
Show, Browns, Steamer
Bangkok
Dangerous, Declaration, Floating Market
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Level 34
Aug 5, 2013
Kentucky?
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Level 58
Aug 9, 2013
Ah, the great city of Kentucky, KY. The city with so much sin they named it again.
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Level 82
Aug 9, 2013
read the caveats at the top.
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Level 82
Feb 27, 2014
Words After Cities and One US State and Couple Neighborhoods Previously Thought of as Cities just didn't sound as snappy.
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Level 44
Aug 1, 2014
I honestly didn't feel like I had enough to time to read all the fine print at the top. Maybe add another minute?
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Level 82
May 19, 2015
... or not.
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Level 73
Apr 3, 2014
Good quiz. Took me three tries to get 13 (and I did read the caveats). I don't think many people are going to get Oslo, Bangkok, or Tijuana, I didn't. I had no clue and still don't after I read the answers.
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Level 82
Apr 4, 2014
Those are the three least guessed answers. Tijuana Flats is a chain restaurant in the US, perhaps not very well known. The Tijuana Cartel is large, dangerous, and pretty well known but there are many such cartels all over Mexico. Tijuana Bottle Rocket is definitely obscure, so yes, that one's a bit tough.

The Oslo Accords I thought were well known and the Oslo Bombing was definitely big news but maybe the fact that both are not very unique names makes Olso tricky to guess.

Same goes for the Bangkok Declaration I suppose. and there are also floating markets in more than one Asian city. But Bangkok Dangerous is a movie with Nicolas Cage and I can't think of any other city that would fit in ________ Dangerous.

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Level 44
Aug 1, 2014
The Floating Market is known worldwide.
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Level 61
Apr 10, 2014
There's a better version of this quiz here:

http://www.jetpunk.com/quizzes/things-with-geographic-names-quiz.php

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Level 82
Apr 21, 2014
There's a better representation of the above poster here.
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Level 75
Aug 21, 2014
Love that! Hey folks, be nice to each other...this site should be a fun place to hang out.
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Level 44
Aug 1, 2014
OKC for Oklahoma City?
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Level 40
Nov 15, 2016
Eagles are definitly philly's team, though I get that would make it obvius
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Level 74
Apr 3, 2020
Nobody calls the team Washington United. I've always heard it as D.C. United.
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Level 82
Apr 3, 2020
DC is an acceptable type-in
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Level 84
Dec 13, 2020
What's "London Fire"?
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Level 57
Apr 6, 2021
A bit heavy on the American side for no apparent reason.
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Level 82
Apr 6, 2021
there needs to be an apparent reason?
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