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Smaller German Cities That You May Know

Based on a clue, can you guess these places in Germany that have a population of 100,000 or less?
Some of these are actually not cities, but towns or municipalities
Inspired by this quiz. Some cities suggested by cpgatbyu.
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Last updated: October 16, 2023
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First submittedOctober 15, 2020
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65,138
From 1918 to 1933, the German Republic was named after this city
Weimar
91,113
Town near Denmark, seat of the last Nazi-German government
Flensburg
4,592
Gave its name to the capital of Bahamas
Nassau
37,378
Cross the Rhine river in this town and you'll end up in Strasbourg
Kehl
84,736
University city in the Germany-Switzerland border where Jan Hus was burned at stake
Konstanz
44,984
Supposedly, Martin Luther nailed 95 theses on the church of this town
Wittenberg
83,850
...and was condemned in a Diet in this city
Worms
99,292
Town located at the edge of the Palatinate Forest whose local team won the Bundesliga in 1998
Kaiserslautern
55,527
Historical spa town with a double-barreled name
Baden-Baden
21,502
The only German town that starts with an X
Xanten
47,738
Town near Munich, associated with its concentration camp
Dachau
8,057
Home of a U.S. air base, shares its name with a rock band
Ramstein-Miesenbach
27,482
Bavarian town near Zugspitze, hosted the 1936 Winter Olympics
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
56,679
Located next to the Oder river, shares its name with the fifth-biggest city in Germany
Frankfurt an der Oder
3,191
Tiny village where a Bundesliga team, controversial for its success hailing from private investments and lack of tradition, comes from
Hoffenheim
1,557
Northernmost municipality in Germany
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7 Comments
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Level 85
Oct 15, 2020
And then again, I may not!
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Level 85
Oct 15, 2020
Some other sub-100,000 German cities that may be familiar to Americans: Bitburg (Reagan), Worms (Luther, funny name), Hamelin (Pied Piper), Baden-Baden (spa, casino), Dachau (concentration camp)
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Level 77
Oct 16, 2023
After over 3 years, I've updated the quiz and took some of your suggestions. Thanks!
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Level 59
Oct 24, 2023
Nice quiz
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Level 74
Oct 27, 2023
The official name of Wittenberg is actually Lutherstadt Wittenberg
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Level 77
Oct 28, 2023
True, that's why Lutherstadt is an acceptable type-in. Wittenberg is the common English name so I decided to call it that
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Level 66
Nov 20, 2023
Kaiserslautern won the Bundesliga not only in 1998, but what made that championship special was that it was the first (and so far only) time ever that a team was promoted from 2nd to 1st Bundesliga and won the championship right away.