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- Which American City is named after a British Prime Minister?
- Which city is the only city in two continents?
- The Oresund Bridge connects Copenhagen with which Scandinavian city?
- Mount Vesuvius is located about 6 miles east of which city?
- Which city was the fourth largest city of Imperial Russia during the 19th century and today is sometimes called the 'pearl of the Black Sea'?
- Which city is the capital of Majorca?
- Which French city is one of the de facto capitals of the European Union since it is the seat of several European institutions?
- The most southernmost city in the world is in which country?
- In which country is Quezon City?
- Which city was founded by Captain James Stirling, in 1829, as the administrative centre of the Swan River Colony?
- Which city is the most populated in the southern hemisphere?
- Which U.S. city has the nickname 'City of Brotherly Love'?
- Which European city has the nickname 'Little Paris' because of the city's elegant architecture, although most of its population live in high-density communist era apartment blocks?
- Which city, in 1881, was founded as a trading post by Henry Morton Stanley and originally named Leopoldville?
- Can you name the capital and largest city of Senegal? (Hint: it's also the traditional finishing point of a famous cross-country road race)
- Which city is located 42 miles southeast of Lake Titicaca?
- Which Asian capital city was largely designed by Edwin Lutyens between 1912 and 1930?
- Known as the 'Gateway to the West', which city is the largest city of the province of Manitoba in Canada?
- Which city, the fourth-largest in Spain, contains three UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the Alcazar palace complex?
- Which city was named by founder John Robert Godley, in 1848, after a University college he attended as an undergraduate?
- Pittsburgh (named in 1758, after British politician William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham)
- Istanbul (it's in Asia and Europe)
- Chile (it's regareded to be Ushuaia in Chile; Wellington in New Zealand is the southern most capital)
- Philippines (its the most populous city in the Philippines)
- Perth (Western Australia)
- Sao Paulo
- Philadelphia (its derived from the Greek for brotherly love - philos means 'love' or 'friendship', and adelphos means 'brother')
- La Paz
- New Delhi
- Christchurch (he had studied classics at Christ Church, Oxford)
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