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 What cities in the US are named after European cities?

Answer Alabama Birmingham - Birmingham, UK Athens - Athens, Greece Oxford - Oxford, UK York - York, UK Arkansas Dover - Dover, UK Hamburg - Hamburg, Germany London - London, UK Paris - Paris, France... Read More »
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