World Largest 2+ Words Cities


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First choose the number of cities by typing ‘100’, ‘250’, ‘500’, ‘1k’, or ‘all’ – then try to achieve the highest population among World 50K+ population cities with two or more words that you chose. Tried to use most common English spelling for city names – words can be separated by either a space or a hyphen for this quiz.

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Quiz Creation Date: 7-13-2015

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    Ok, here’s 3 more that are missing, Jaboatao dos Guarapares (Brazil), Tlalnepantla de Baz (Mexico) and Cagayan de Oro (Philippines). You generally accept just the first part but those are the complete names for the cities. Also, I think Serrekunda (Gambia) is a single word… I’ve seen it with 1 and 2 R’s but never two words. Finally, since we’re used to enter the English names for the cities, Ulan Bator should be there too.
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        Two more… Benin City (Nigeria) and Belize City. In both cases “City” is part of the name.
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          In that case, Boise (City), Idaho, United States also qualifies.
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            Hummm… I don’t think “City” is part of Boise’s official name. Not even the city’s site refer to itself that way.
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              Seen it listed as Boise City on Mapquest.

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