Element Namesakes: Places

Name the countries, cities, and other regions with elements of the Periodic Table named after them.
According to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_chemical_element_name_etymologies
Some elements use archaic names, the modern equivalent is given.
Places outside of Earth (such as the sun, moon, planets, and dwarf planets) have been excluded.
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Last updated: December 13, 2019
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Region
European Country
Cyprus (Copper)
European Country
France (Gallium/Francium)
European Country
Germany (Germanium)
Scottish City
Strontian (Strontium)
Swedish City
Ytterby (Yttrium/Terbium/Erbium/Ytterbium)
Cultural Region
Ruthenia (Ruthenium)
Continent
Europe (Europium)
Swedish City
Stockholm (Holmium)
French City
Paris (Lutetium)
Danish City
Copenhagen (Hafnium)
European River
Rhine (Rhenium)
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Region
European Country
Poland (Polonium)
Continent
The Americas (Americium)
American City
Berkeley (Berkelium)
US State
California (Californium)
Russian City
Dubna (Dubnium)
German Region
Hesse (Hassium)
German City
Darmstadt (Darmstadtium)
Asian Country
Japan (Nihonium)
Russian City
Moscow (Muscovium)
US State
Tennessee (Tennessine)
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Level 65
Sep 15, 2021
Arguably, one building complex - the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory - has two elements named after it.
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Level 65
Sep 15, 2021
Also interesting to discover that Samarium isn't in fact named after the region in the West Bank, but after a person!
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Level 57
Sep 15, 2021
In which the person was probably named after the city.
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Level 69
Sep 15, 2021
Scandium?
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Level 55
Sep 15, 2021
Strontian is most definitely not a city. The word 'city' has a specific meaning in the UK, and only places that are officially designated as cities are called cities. Strontian is a tiny village, population 400. It is entirely misleading to call it a "Scottish City".
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Level 84
Sep 15, 2021
Are you looking for trouble? The first question is pure trolling.

Apart from that, Scandium and Thulium are named after Scandinavia and should be added.

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Level 82
Sep 15, 2021
Thule could be Scandinavia or Iceland.
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Level 84
Sep 15, 2021
Yes, but it's definitely a place anyway.
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Level 59
Sep 15, 2021
Livermore, California