Saint Everywhere

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Can you name the places named after saints?

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Missouri home of the Gateway Arch
The most destructive volcanic explosion in US history was here in 1980
With Nevis, a Caribbean nation
This country has the world's oldest constitution
Location of Nixon's 'Western White House'
Island nation with Castries as its capital
Place where you can visit SeaWorld or, fictionally, Ron Burgundy
South American capital;
its name is derived from 'Saint Jacob'
Home of the NBA Spurs and another SeaWorld
Largest city in Puerto Rico
River that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean
The largest city in South America
Caribbean island shared between France
and The Netherlands
Riviera resort town; David Gates took the Last Train to it
When Dionne Warwick is in Costa Rica she asks for directions to the capital
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Home of the Golden Gate Bridge
Portuguese speaking island in the Gulf of Guinea
Capital of Newfoundland
Capital of the Dominican Republic
Island exile of Napoleon
You can find the Hermitage and the Winter Palace here, but not in Florida
Island nation, but you can omit
'and the Grenadines' for this answer
Designed by Christopher Wren, this building sits on the highest point in the city of London
French island off the coast of Newfoundland;
it's smaller than Miquelon
The winds named for this California city are responsible for many of its brushfires
Resort town that hosted the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics
This fault forms the tectonic boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate
Second tallest mountain in both the USA and Canada
The oldest continually habited European settlement in the United States

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