Geography Quiz / Places also found in Texas

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Can you name the well-known places with names resembling those of cities in Texas?

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CluePlace NameTexas City
Host city for the annual College Baseball World Series
former gold mining town and now a popular Colorado ski destination
Chris Christie's offices are here
The featured location of sketch-comedy show starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein
the first pizzeria in the U.S. was opened here
Bob Marley, etc.
most populous city in Kansas, also the home of Pizza Huta and White Castle
Patrick Henry's 'Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death' was said here in VA
the columbine is the state flower of this U.S. state
College town that was home to the researchers who formulated Gatorade
The largest city in its state and the birthplace of Jerry Lewis, Paul Simon, and Queen Latifah
home to the Ivy League school with colors black and orange
the only U.S. state with more NFL teams than NCAA Division 1A FBS teams
city at the intersection of Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and/or ancient Egypt
'that tiny pea, pretty and blue' --Neil Armstrong
Shakespeare's birthplace
capital city of the 'Empire State'
flag is royal blue with a white x
a well-known brown ale gets its name from this English city
capital city of the world's largest country by area
famous for a tea party or for athletes with crimson stockings
CluePlace NameTexas City
this U.S. state capital city shares a name with a rich Simpson's character
capital of the U.S. palmetto state
The Beatles origin city
goes well with Tobago
Ankara is its capital
European capital city that was split by a wall during the Cold War
the most recent Olympic host city
second most populous city in U.S. state Pennsylvania
U.S. state known mostly for its sinful city
Coca-Cola, CNN, and Delta Airlines have headquarters located here
home of the ACC Tar Heels
the metropolis nearest the everglades
in Latin: Neapolis
near Vancouver, Canadian city named after a 19th century queen of England
region (not the country) between the Mediterranean Sea and Jordan
southwestern US city with a name meaning 'holy faith' in Spanish
city of Plato and the Parthenon
California city that is home to the annual New Year's Day Rose Parade
setting for the Drew Carey Show
Jesus of ________
La Ville-Lumiere

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