Quiz: Bet You Can't Name All Of These U.S. Cities By Just 3 Clues. Can You?

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Is it The Windy City or The Big Apple?

Use three hints to guess which U.S. city we're referring to, careful though, they are trickier than they seem!

 Jun 23, 2020

1 of 25Pick the correct city!

Humid. Dolphins. Caribbean
Cape Cod
San Diego
Miami

2 of 25Pick the correct city!

Wildlife. Bobsled. North
Anchorage
Salt Lake City
Omaha

3 of 25Pick the correct city!

Tropical. Volcanic. Remote
Los Angeles
Miami
Honolulu

4 of 25Pick the correct city!

Diverse. UT. Live Music.
Austin
Waco
Jacksonville

5 of 25Pick the correct city!

Hills. Cable Cars. Alcatraz
San Francisco
Atlanta
Austin

6 of 25Pick the correct city!

Buckeyes. Wendy's. Blue Jackets
Chicago
Seattle
Columbus

7 of 25Pick the correct city!

Hollywood. Venice Beach. Celebrities
New York City
San Diego
Los Angeles

8 of 25Pick the correct city!

Brotherly Love. Cheesesteak. Liberty Bell
Washington D.C.
Philadelphia
Boston

9 of 25Pick the correct city!

The Space Center. Shopping. Tex Mex
Dallas
Austin
Houston

10 of 25Pick the correct city!

Heard Museum. Valley of the Sun. PGA golf
Santa Fe
Salt Lake City
Phoenix

11 of 25Pick the correct city!

Gambling. Caesar's Palace. Shows
Atlantic City
Atlanta
Las Vegas

12 of 25Pick the correct city!

Windy City. Deep Dish Pizza. 1920s gangsters
Los Angeles
Chicago
New York City

13 of 25Pick the correct city!

Southern. Airport. Trees.
Montgomery
Atlanta
Jacksonville

14 of 25Pick the correct city!

Temple Square. Olympics. Jell-O
Salt Lake City
Charleston
Phoenix

15 of 25Pick the correct city!

Clam Chowder. Marathon. American Revolution
Boston
Washington D.C.
Philadelphia

16 of 25Pick the correct city!

Rain. Hiking. Amazon
Portland
San Francisco
Seattle

17 of 25Pick the correct city!

The Empire State Building. Big Apple. Pizza
Chicago
Houston
New York City

18 of 25Pick the correct city!

Mile High City. Green and Red Chile sauce. Rocky Mountains
Sacramento
Helena
Denver

19 of 25Pick the correct city!

Country Music. Honky Tonk. Cowboy Boots
Savannah
Knoxville
Nashville

20 of 25Pick the correct city!

Balloon Festival. Duke City. Bugs Bunny really should have taken that left
San Diego
Albuquerque
Santa Fe

21 of 25Pick the correct city!

Gumbo. Mardi Gras. Jazz Music
Nashville
Boston
New Orleans

22 of 25Pick the correct city!

Gateway Arch. Baseball. Beer
St. Louis
Saint Paul
Portland

23 of 25Pick the correct city!

Sea World. Universal Studios. Disney World
Los Angeles
Orlando
San Francisco

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White House. Smithsonian. Georgetown
Richmond
Boston
Washington D.C.

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General Motors. Ford. Chrysler
Toledo
Buffalo
Detroit
WOMEN.COM | Quiz Facts

Urban spaces in the U.S. have been growing and changing with our country since it first started being populated by colonizers. Starting with New York City in the East Coast and expanding South then West to include places like Atlanta, Dallas, San Francisco, Denver, Los Angeles and more. There are cities like Philadelphia (who was once labelled a town by the census) and places like Columbus, OH which is seen as a small city but is actually the 14th largest city in the U.S. However, growth has not always gone up and it has been studied in different ways over time. The "new urban history" was a short-lived movement that attracted a great deal of attention In the 1960s, then quickly disappeared. Overall urban history grew rapidly in the 1970s and 1980s, stimulated by the surge of interest in social history. Since the 1990s, however, the field has been aging and has had much less attraction to younger scholars. At the start of the twenty-first century, North American urban history is flourishing. Compared to twenty-five years ago, the field has become more interdisciplinary and intellectually invigorating. Scholars are publishing increasingly sophisticated efforts to understand how the city as space intersects the urbanization process, as well as studies that recognize the full complexity of experiences for different metropolitan cohorts. Use the three hints on each question to deduce which city we're referring to and gain your place among the great city geographers!