Geography Quiz / City Name Chain VI

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Can you name the city from the clue, where each successive city starts with the last letter of the preceding city

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This city of 8 m. people, known locally as Krung Thep, is by some measures the world's most popular tourist destination
This city was the centre of the mostly 19th-century Bengal Renaissance, which sought to merge various aspects of the ancient past with newer Western influences
During its 'Golden Age' in the 17th century, this city was the leading financial centre of the world and the focal point of a worldwide trading network
This St. Lawrence River city was the leading commercial centre nationally until the 1970s, when a stricter provincial language policy diminished its attractiveness to business
This city, situated on a coastal lagoon, is the centre of 'Nollywood,' the second largest film industry in the world by number of annual productions
This sprawling city forms the second largest metropolitan area in the Americas, and is characterized by its diversity, with for example the largest Italian community outside Italy
This popular tourist destination is sometimes referred to as 'The Theme Park Capital of the World'
This Black Sea port was the fourth largest city of Imperial Russia in the 19th century, following Moscow, St. Petersburg and Warsaw
This White Sea city was from 1918-1920 a stronghold of the anti-Bolshevik White Army, supported by an Allied expedition
This city, the capital of Yunnan province, links China by rail to Vietnam and by road to Burma and Laos
This city, the capital of Ethiopia from 1632-1855, is known for its picturesque remains of imperial castles and palaces
One of the wealthiest in northern Brazil, this city is named after the stone reefs found along the city's shores
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This city flourished in the 16th century under the Safavid dynasty, and is renowned for its Islamic architecture in the form of bridges, palaces, mosques, and minarets
This Bavarian city was the site of large annual Nazi rallies and, later, a series of war crimes trials
This city on the west bank of the Nile is home to a number of magnificent ancient structures, including the Great Sphinx and the Great Pyramid
Unofficially the capital of Flanders, this major seaport was the home of the Baroque painter Rubens
This city is notable for its Khmer and French colonial architecture and for being forcibly emptied in 1975, its residents forced into the countryside to do manual labour
This tropical capital city on the Almendares River boasts a diverse architectural heritage with baroque, colonial, neoclassical, Art Deco and modernist influences
This city in the middle of Nigeria was masterplanned in the 1970s by an American consortium and has grown rapidly since being named capital in 1991
In the Ottoman period, this city was the chief seat of Barbary pirates who scoured the Mediterranean for Christian slaves for the Ottoman slave trade
This Nordic city grew rapidly in the 17th century as the capital of an imperial power, but stagnated for a while after the Great Northern War
This city traces the history of its influence to 1561, when King Philip II (on whose great empire 'the Sun never set') moved his court here from Valladolid
This city's port is the largest on the Persian Gulf, despite the area being settled only in 1923
Located in a large valley in a high plateau, this megacity owes its creation to the Aztecs in 1325

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