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1. Which of these cities, home to the Forest Park Jewel Box, is situated on prairies and flood plains?
2. Named after a city in Italy, which city is the economic hub of central New York State?
3. Which state capital is located in the Willamette Valley?
4. Which southern city was founded in 1836 where the Red River met the Texas trail?
5. Which Michigan city is a part of the Tri Cities Region, alongside Bay City and Midland?
6. Which state capital lies on the banks of the Jordan River?
7. The University of Notre Dame is located in which city?
8. Which Californian city is known as the capital of Silicon Valley?
9. Which city is, at around 7,200 ft above sea level, the highest state capital of the USA?
10. Nicknamed "The Lilac City", which city was first settled in 1871 and named after a local Native American tribe?
11. Fisherman's Wharf is a popular tourist destination in which city?
12. Which state capital was formerly called Calhoun, and was the home of Abraham Lincoln for over twenty years until he became President?
13. The River Walk is a major tourist attraction in which Texas city?
14. "The Hostess City of the South" is a moniker sometimes applied to which city?
15. Which state capital, on the banks of the Mississippi River, was originally called Pig's Eye?
16. Which one of these cities is the oldest continually occupied European-established city in the USA?
17. Which city has a number of nicknames, including "Rain City" and "Jet City"?
18. Which state capital was originally called Sutter's Fort?
19. In which West Coast city, the site of one of the largest naval fleets in the world, could you visit Balboa Park?
20. Which city is home to Oklahoma State University?
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