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US 100 Closest Cities – Choose Any City


Begin by typing in any US city/town/etc in the format City, State – i.e. ‘Boston, MA’ – for a handful of places with the same name in the same state you will need to add a number corresponding to the population rank of that name in that state – i.e. ‘Madison, WI1’ for the largest of the two Madison, WI’s. That city will appear as a pink marker and the 100 closest cities/towns/etc to that city (not including the one you chose) will also appear. High scores are kept only for cities of 25K+ population. ‘Closest Cities’ on bottom left shows the top number of closest cities in a row you have completed (i.e. a ‘3’ if you have the 3 closest but not the 4th). Object is highest population among 100 closest, not total places.

Enter city to begin (i.e. 'Chicago, IL').
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7 months ago

None of the percentages afterward are working. They all just say
#1 town, state – town%

7 months ago

For anyone who wants to do only Montana towns, the best one is havre, mt. you dont get any towns from other states.

9 months ago

Surprised this is missing Downers Grove IL! Countryside too

9 months ago
Reply to  darin

Ah I see, I was guessing the closest cities to Chicago and I guess DG just didn’t make the cut. The pink marker shows up if I type it in first to guess DG’s closest cities but on Chicago’s closest cities the marker for Westmont just east of DG shows up but not DG.

9 months ago

Native Utahn, here. I enjoy these USA geography quizzes. For this particular quiz, I chose to name the 100 closest cities to Las Vegas, NV. One of them appears to be “Cedar Highlands, UT”. It doesn’t show up on Google Maps as a legitimate city. The closest geographical town I could find was Hamiltons Fort, UT (which is unincorporated, apparently). Anyway, I hope I am not coming across as rude or critical. I had to compare this map with Google Maps. I kept trying to put in “Hamiltons Fort” but the quiz wouldn’t accept it. So, my point is, there doesn’t appear to be a “Cedar Highlands, UT”. What came up when I entered “Cedar Highlands” were “Cedar Highlands Drive” and “Cedar Highlands Commons Drive” which appear to be landmarks.

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