From top and left to right: Aarhus skyline, Aarhus City Hall, Isbjerget, Park Allé.

Aarhus is the second-largest city, the central city

Aarhus is the second-largest city, the central city, the principal industrial port of the country, the seat of Aarhus Municipality, a center, the principal centre on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula in the seat and Denmark, has been selected a...
Acapulco panoramic collage. Top, from left to right: Acapulco Bay, La Quebrada, Fort of San Diego, Our Lady of Solitude Cathedral, Isla El Morro at L

Acapulco is the government authority

The seat of a municipality is the government authority for over 700 other communities. The area has the higher hotel occupancy rates is part walks as all almost transportation. Tourism is the main economic activity of the municipality. Manufacturing ...
Panoramic view of Aachen, including Kaiser-Karls-Gymnasium  , city hall   and cathedral

Aachen is the westernmost city, the administrative centre

Aachen developed from spa and a Roman settlement, is the westernmost city, the administrative centre, a historic spa city near the borders in Germany, include science, information technology and engineering was ranked eighth in Germany among cities. ...

Aquila is romance languages word and the Latin

Aquila is Romance languages word and the Latin for eagle, including some eagles given surname and name based on the Norriss book. Aquila racing cars, a Danish firm captained by Ratonhnhaké. ...
Abadan Catalitic facilities

Abadan, Iran is a city

Abadan is a city, on dust storms and many sand on experiences and earth, lies on the island on Abadan Island, was not on Khuzestan during a surprise attack, were in Iran. The Islamic times was produced by the historian Ahmad ibn Yahya al-Baladhuri. T...
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Aswan is a city, the ancient city of Swenett

Aswan is a city, the ancient city of Swenett, ,, in the capital of the Aswan Governorate in the south of Egypt, has a hot desert climate, Aswan, Higher Institute of Social Work like the rest of Egypt, have the hottest summer days of any city in Egypt...
Aberdeen, South Dakota

Aberdeen, South Dakota has several cultural organizations

The Aberdeen Area Arts Council publishes a small monthly newspaper, ARTiFACTS on area events with information. Today performs three youth productions and five mainstage productions per year. The festival's first feature film screened was Into, The Wi...
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Alexandria is with Shiites and Sunnis on the march

Ancient texts of a pre-Hellenistic settlement named Rhakotis in the area. ____ www.dofundodomar.blogspot.com contains copyrighted material, the use. A dismal slum of shattered building façades drove along a road. Now Egypt has diminished somewhat at...
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Alexandria, Indiana is a city, part of the Anderson

Alexandria is a city, part of the Anderson, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area in Madison County in Monroe Township, was ted plat in 1836, was incorporated in 1898 as a town. The population density was 2,308.6 people per square mile. The gender ma...
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Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire is a town

Alexandria is a town in Scotland in West Dunbartonshire, sits on main road on the former A82. The town is situated on north-west of Dumbarton on the River Leven, was redeveloped with traffic system and a new town centre layout in the 1970s, is home t...
Beethoven Monument, Villa Hammerschmidt, Old City Hall, Poppelsdorf Palace, panoramic view over Bonn and the Electoral Palace, now seat of the Univer

Bonn is a city

The Federal City of Bonn is a city in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia on the banks of the Rhine. South-southeast of Cologne is in Germany's largest metropolitan area in the southernmost part of the Rhine-Ruhr region. The title of Federal C...
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Bursa is a large city, the most fourth populous city

Bursa is a large city, the most fourth populous city, the capital city of Bursa Province, the centre of the Turkish automotive industry, a major centre in northwestern Anatolia in Turkey, has borders and rather orderly urban growth, a fertile plain, ...
Byzantium

Byzantium was an ancient Greek colony

Byzantium and Byzantion was an ancient Greek colony in early antiquity. Byzantium was colonized from Megara by the Greeks, conquered later Chalcedon on the Asiatic side across the Bosporus, was besieged during the Peloponnesian War by Greek forces, w...
Bordeaux

Bordeaux is a port city, the world's major wine industry capital

Bordeaux is a port city, the world's major wine industry capital, a major centre, the capital of five cantons, the also first city, motorway junction and an important road, the arguably greatest wine region in the Gironde department on the Garonne Ri...
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Barcelona was established in 1401 by the city magistrates

The Bank of Barcelona was established in 1401 by the city magistrates, originated from necessities of the state. Madrid became the centre of political power whilst the colonisation of the Americas. Barcelona was a centre of Catalan separatism, the Ca...
Downtown Berkeley viewed from the Berkeley Hills, with San Francisco in the background

Berkeley, California is a city, also part of Alameda County

Berkeley is a city, also part of Alameda County in northern Alameda County on the east shore of San Francisco Bay, is named after philosopher George Berkeley and the 18th-century Anglo-Irish bishop, borders the cities of Oakland, the cities of Albany...

Columbus is a Latinized version of the Italian surname

Columbus is a Latinized version of the Italian surname known for modern architecture, depicting the explorations of Christopher Columbus. SS Columbus converted into the Russian cruiser Asia in 1878. ...
Clockwise, from top: Downtown Cleveland skyline; the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; Fountain of Eternal Life statue; the West Side Market; West Pierhead

Cleveland is a city, the site of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award

Cleveland is a city, the site of the Anisfield-Wolf Book Award, The Plain Dealer, the only metropolitan area also home to Roll Hall and the Rock in the U.S. state of Ohio, has diversified sectors has many nicknames, an attraction, the Jack Cleveland ...
From top to bottom, left to right: Hohenzollern Bridge by night, Great St. Martin Church, Colonius TV-tower, Cologne Cathedral, Kranhaus buildings in

Cologne is the largest city, a major cultural centre

Cologne is the largest city, a major cultural centre, the fourth-largest city, the core city of the Cologne Region, the Colonius telecommunication tower, the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Cologne within the Rhine-Ruhr in the German federal State of North R...
Basel, as seen from the Elisabethenkirche

Basel is a city, Switzerland's third-most-populous city

Basel is a city, Switzerland's third-most-populous city, the also location of the Basel Committee, home, the home of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, the also home of the Kammerorchester Basel on the river Rhine in northwestern Switzerland, has been ...
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Constantinople was reinaugurated from ancient Byzantium in 324 AD

Constantinople was reinaugurated from ancient Byzantium in 324 AD, recovered never truly from the devastation of the Fourth Crusade, was founded c., 658 B.C. from Megara by a Greek colony, was built over 6 years. Constantinople became over a increasi...
Chernobyl

Chernobyl is a city

Chornobyl and Chernobyl is a city about northeast of Kiev in the restricted Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, was, a also Roman Catholic Church had been founded by Rabbi Menachem Nachum Twersky, had in 1898. Chornobyl and Chernobyl was occupied in World War ...
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Corinth is former municipality and a city, a major industrial hub

Corinth is former municipality and a city, a major industrial hub, a major road hub in Peloponnese in Corinthia, derives name from a city-state of antiquity from Ancient Corinth. New Corinth and Nea Korinthos destroyed existing settlement of Corinth ...
Clockwise from top: Downtown Chicago, the Chicago Theatre, the

Chicago is the third-most populous city, the principal city

Chicago is the third-most populous city, the principal city, the longest continuous urban street, ,, the headquarters of several religious denominations, the Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Evangelical Covenant Church, the seat of several diocese...
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Casablanca is the also largest city, Morocco's chief port

Casablanca bordering the Atlantic Ocean is the also largest city, Morocco's chief port, a commune, Mohammed V International Airport, Morocco's busiest airport, the setting, the setting, the main Atlantic seaport, the also center as one in the Maghreb...
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Delphi is pronounced on multiple plateaux in upper central Greece

Delphi is pronounced on multiple plateaux in upper central Greece, was set apart from the other games sites, have been a renowned city became as the famous prehistoric oracle and the Pythian Games the site of a major temple to Phoebus Apollo. Delphi ...
From top to bottom, left to right: Downtown Detroit skyline and the Detroit River, Fox Theatre, Dorothy H. Turkel House in Palmer Woods, Belle Isle C

Detroit is the most populous city, a major port

Detroit is the most populous city, a major port, the center of a three-county urban area, a nine-county Combined Statistical Area and six-county metropolitan statistical area, the principal city, the only major city, an important source of popular mu...
Hoogbouw Eindhoven overzicht

Eindhoven is a city and a municipality, Rob van Gijzel

Eindhoven is a city and a municipality, Rob van Gijzel, a now cinema, cultural movies, a rail transport hub at the confluence of the Dommel in the south of the Netherlands, did become not part of the Netherlands until 1629, remained a minor city was ...
The roof of the Library of Celsus has collapsed, but its large façade is still intact.

Ephesus was an ancient Greek city, an important centre

Ephesus was an ancient Greek city, an important centre, on three kilometres southwest of present-day Selçuk on the coast of Ionia, was built on the site of the former Arzawa n capital in the 10th century BC, was founded in the 10th century BC as an ...
View of Ghent from the Cathedral with Belfry of Ghent and Saint Nicholas church visible

Ghent is a municipality and a city, largest city and the capital

Ghent is a municipality and a city, largest city and the capital, Belgium's second largest municipality, the city's nature reserve by number of inhabitants in the Flemish Region of Belgium, was, Duke of Lancaster was occupied in both World Wars by th...
View of the Binnenalster

Hamburg is schrippe

The official name reflects Hamburg's history as a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire as a member of the medieval Hanseatic League, reflect also to the roll's croissant, is Schrippe for the round kind for the oval kind, has entered derivative...
Overview of Herat City

Herat is the third-largest city of Afghanistan, a regional hub

Herat is the third-largest city of Afghanistan, a regional hub in western Afghanistan, has a population, a cold semi-arid climate of about 436300, is linked to the city of Mashhad with Mazar-e-Sharif and Kandahar, dates to ancient times to the Avesta...
New Town Hall, Hanover

Hanover is largest city and the capital, a centre

Hannover and Hanover is largest city and the capital, a centre for Water sport from Hanover, was founded on the east bank of the River Leine in medieval times, was a small village of ferrymen, in Germany, be inherited only by male heirs. Hannover and...
Kościół parafialny p.w. Wniebowzięcia NMP  , Kraków, Rynek Główny, A-3 01

Kraków is the also global headquarters

Kraków is, ,, the second most-visited city, a major centre of education, a major attraction in Poland in Poland, has been traditionally the capital of Lesser Poland Voivodeship since 1999, was, an also influential centre of Jewish spiritual life, an...
From top left to right: Malmö Live, Turning Torso, Emporia, Griffin Sculpture, Lönngården 1950s apartments, and the Öresund Bridge.

Malmö is largest city and the capital, the third largest city

Malmö is largest city and the capital, the third largest city, part of the transnational Øresund Region, a young city, Sankt Petri Church after Gothenburg and Stockholm in Sweden, was, Malmhaug for centuries Denmark's second-biggest city, reached 2...
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Karachi is the capital of the Pakistan, the most populous city

Karachi is the capital of the Pakistan, the most populous city, also Pakistan's most cosmopolitan city, ,, home, the now second-largest city, the also terminus of the N-5 National Highway, a centre of research, a tourist destination, the also place i...
Holstentor, emblem of the city

Lübeck is a city

Lübeck is a city in northern Germany in Schleswig-Holstein, prevailed in 1435 in conflicts, joined also the pro-Lutheran Schmalkaldic League of the mid-16th century remained part of Schleswig-Holstein after World War II. Lübeck spent decades, histo...
Leipzig Fockeberg Zentrum

Leipzig is the most populous city, the fastest-growing city

Leipzig is the most populous city, the fastest-growing city, blog and an online-based magazine, the second-best city, the main airport in Germany in the federal state of Saxony, has been a trade city since at the least time of the Holy Roman Empire, ...
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Nagasaki is set by a comparison in relief

Nagasaki Prefectural Tourism Federation Nagasaki Product Promotion Association Useful information produced by Nagasaki International Association. The inrush of air overcame easily the natural ground wind. The magnitude of casualties is set by a compa...
Clockwise from top: 1. the city, Xuanwu Lake and Purple Mountain; 2. stone sculpture "bixie"; 3. Jiming Temple; 4. Yijiang Gate with the Ci

Nanjing is development hub and an industrial technology research

Mandarin Chinese pronounce in king and Nanjing dialect. Nanjing romanized formerly as Nankin and Nanking, is, development hub and an industrial technology research, D centers and many R, the transportation hub, an important railway hub, the also bigg...
Afghan Air Force helicopter flies over Mazar-i-Sharif

Mazar-i-Sharif has a cold steppe climate

The Mazar-i-Sharif remained peaceful until 1979 for the hundred next years, has a cold steppe climate with cold winters and hot summers, serves in northern Afghanistan as the major trading center. The city became part of the Durrani Empire after a tr...
Nuremberg Castle

Nuremberg is the second-largest city

The river Pegnitz is the second-largest city in Franconia in Bavaria. The urban area includes also Fürth, Schwabach and Erlangen with a total population. King Conrad III established a burgraviate with the first burgraves. Nuremberg became soon on th...
Pisa

Pisa is a city, the still seat of an archbishopric

Pisa is a city, the still seat of an archbishopric, a one-hour drive from Florence in the Tuscany region of Central Italy, took along the western coast, served for Roman naval expeditions as a base, was captured by vikings. Pisa became the county cen...
Clockwise from top: Pittsburgh skyline; Carnegie Mellon University; PNC Park; Duquesne Incline; Cathedral of Learning at the University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is a city, the birthplace of Gertrude Stein

Pittsburgh is a city, the birthplace of Gertrude Stein, a city of bridges in the United States in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, was named by General John Forbes in 1758, was incorporated in 1771 as a township, became a possession of Pennsylvania,...
The Genesis Towers   and Gary State Bank Building in downtown Gary

Gary, Indiana is a city, a not new story

Gary is a city, a not new story in Indiana in Lake County, was founded by the United States Steel Corporation in 1906, was the site of civil unrest had. Gary is listed by the Köppen-Geiger climate classification system, has experienced a surge of Ho...
Erasmusbrug seen from Euromast

Rotterdam is a city, the largest port

Rotterdam is a city, the largest port, the home of three professional football clubs, first tier clubs Feyenoord, Sparta and Excelsior in South Holland in the Netherlands, was granted city rights by the Count of Holland, was rebuilt gradually from th...
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Sidon is the third-largest city,

Saïda and Sidon is the third-largest city, ,, ,, about 60 kilometres of Beirut in the South Governorate of Lebanon in Lebanon, came under Turkish rule under Ottoman, was a small fishing town of 10000 inhabitants in 1900, hosts, the seats of the Sunn...
A collage of Florence showing the Galleria degli Uffizi  , followed by the Palazzo Pitti, a sunset view of the city and the Fountain of Neptune in th

Florence is the most populous city

Florence is, the most populous city, an important city, also Italy's 17th richest city, commercial centre and a major production, Via de's Tornabuoni with 383083 inhabitants in Tuscany, was a centre of medieval Europe, finance and an trade, ,, the no...
From left to right: First row: Göta älv with Barken Viking to the left. Second row: The Göteborg Opera and Gunnebo House. Third row: Poseidon at G

Gothenburg is the second-largest city, the birthplace of football

Gothenburg is the second-largest city, the birthplace of football, the terminus of the Valdemar-Göteborg gas pipeline, Gothenburg and an intermodal logistics hub in the Nordic countries in Sweden, is situated on the west coast of Sweden by Kattegat,...
Top left: Palace of Nations, Middle left: ATLAS experiment at CERN, Right: Jet d

Geneva is the most second populous city, a global city

Geneva is the most second populous city, a global city, worldwide center and a financial center, the city, the also place, the main media centre, the headquarters, mainly services, the European headquarters of the United Nations, rsquo and Switzerlan...
Images, from top left to right: Downtown Toledo, University Hall, Toledo Museum of Art, Lucas County Courthouse, Tony Packo

Toledo, Ohio is a city, the Jeep headquarters

Toledo is a city, the Jeep headquarters, the hometown of Corporal Maxwell Klinger, the setting at the western end of Lake Erie in northwest Ohio, had interurban railways and a streetcar system built the final terminus became soon a hub for industries...
Clockwise from top: Sam Houston monument, Downtown Houston, Houston Ship Channel, The Galleria, University of Houston, and the Christopher C. Kraft J

Houston is the most populous city, the most diverse city

Houston is the most populous city, the most diverse city, flat marshy area, the largest city, end point and the beginning, all municipal elections and a home rule city, a significant hub, the seventh-largest school district, Ellington Airport in Texa...
Hanover Main Street

Hanover, New Hampshire is a town

Hanover is a town in Grafton County along the Connecticut River, was chartered on 1761 07 4 by Governor Benning Wentworth, lies fully within the Connecticut River watershed, experiences a warm summer, continental climate. The town contains also the v...
Collage of Tourist Spots in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Hamilton, Ontario has visited the Welland, the Welland

The strategy extends sometimes even outside the election period outside the election period. Harper has visited the Welland, the Welland, the Welland. The Liberals have also federal cabinet minister Bob Speller and former MP, federal cabinet minister...
Clockwise from top: Downtown Portland viewed from east bank of the Willamette River; the Wells Fargo Center; Portland Aerial Tram and Mount Hood; Jac

Portland, Oregon is the largest city, a major port

Portland is the largest city, a major port, 60 located miles of the Pacific Ocean, a territorial charter city, the Democratic Party, culture magazine and a monthly news, Portland International Airport, about 20 located minutes, the only city, a signi...
Images from top to bottom, left to right: Downtown Windsor skyline, Ambassador Bridge, Charlie Brooks Memorial Peace Fountain, Dillon Hall at Univers

Windsor, Ontario is a city, the headquarters of Hiram Walker

Windsor is a city, the headquarters of Hiram Walker, also home in Canada in the southernmost city and Ontario, is reflected in French street names, was the site of a battle in 1838 during the Upper Canada Rebellion, served also for the Patriot War as...
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Volgograd have originated in 1555

The city have originated in 1555, had a population of 408 people was renamed Stalingrad after Joseph Stalin. The structure stood slightly on the right bank above the mouth of the Tsaritsa River, became soon the nucleus of a trading settlement. The 16...
A collage of Venice: at the top left is the Piazza San Marco, followed by a view of the city, then the Grand Canal, and   the interior of La Fenice a

Venice is a city, an important tourist destination

Venice is a city, an important tourist destination, Europe's largest urban car-free area, a city of small islands, a major international centre, predominantly Roman Catholic, Technology Partnership City and a also Science, Athens, the most glorious c...
From top: Pincus Building, Old City Hall and Southern Market, Fort Condé, Barton Academy, Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, and the s

Mobile, Alabama was the female population and 47.0 %

The population was, the female population and 47.0 %, 53.0 % is including the city, increased from around 40000. Alabama's only saltwater port is located at the head of the Mobile Bay, joined the Confederate States of America was granted statehood in...
Nijmegen city view from the north west

Nijmegen is situated in a unique mediaeval chapel

Nijmegen anglicized historically as Nimeguen, is the oldest city host to Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands, was between the European powers host to the negotiations, was liberated by the British Grenadier Guards of the Guards Armoured Di...
Aerial view of Lausanne

Lausanne is a city, located northeast of Geneva

Lausanne is a city, located northeast of Geneva, a focus of international sport, the International Olympic Committee, the Court of Arbitration, the also home of the Béjart Ballet, the birthplace at the limit in the French-speaking part of Switzerlan...
A montage of images related to Hyderabad city

Hyderabad is the ruins of Golconda fort

Hyderabad is, the ruins of Golconda fort, a global centre of information technology, the also headquarters of the Indian Heart Association, a non-profit foundation, a three line, suburban rail service also home to a number of centres home to a unique...
Norfolk

Norfolk is a county, a popular tourist destination

Norfolk is a county, a popular tourist destination, several major holiday attractions, Britain's largest protected wetland in England in East Anglia, was settled with camps in pre-Roman times, became the kingdom of East Anglia had a Gross Domestic Pr...
From top left: Tō-ji, Gion Matsuri in modern Kyoto, Fushimi Inari-taisha, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Kiyomizu-dera, Kinkaku-ji, Ponto-chō and Maiko, Gi

Kyoto is later the Gion Matsuri

Kyoto marks the Bon Festival with no Okuribi with the Gozan, having been the capital city of Japan, a seat of learning. Kyoto Sanga has a long history as an amateur non-company club. Kyoto Racecourse is hosts notable horse races, the Kikuka-shō, Que...
From top left to bottom right: Oxford skyline panorama from St Mary

Oxford is the junction

Oxford is the junction also home to the City of Oxford Rowing Club also home to several advertising agencies, is served also by Oxford Parkway railway station, was opened in 2015 10, was an historically important port, the original base of Salters St...
Aden. Steamer Point. Aug 2013

Aden is approximately 800000 people

Aden Yemeni pronunciation is approximately 800000 people. This harbour was used first between 7th centuries BC and the 5th by the ancient Kingdom of Awsan, is on the other side of the peninsula. The mainland are the sub-centres of Sheikh Othman, a fo...
Lions-Gate-Mycenae

Mycenae is an archaeological site

Mycenae is an archaeological site in Greece near Mikines, was the capital of a state was reoccupied briefly in the Hellenistic period. The first correct identification of Mycenae was during a survey. Pottery material spanning the entire EHI through E...
Clockwise from top: Mondello, Teatro Massimo, Cappella Palatina, Zisa, Cathedral, Virgin Annunciate of Antonello da Messina, Quattro Canti in Maqueda

Palermo is a city of Southern Italy, the capital

Palermo is a city of Southern Italy, the capital, a city, a key intersection, an urban paradox in the Tyrrhenian Sea by the Gulf of Palermo, became then a possession of Carthage has currently a significant underground economy and an international air...
Punalur Suspension Bridge

Punalur is a presently Revenue division, Municipality and a City

Punalur is a presently Revenue division, Municipality and a City, a town, the first settlement, City and a Municipality, the headquarters of the Punalur Taluk, the sub, divisional headquarters of the Kollam Rural Police on a mountain path about north-east of Kollam.