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100 Cities by Letter - F

Based on the clue, can you guess these cities whose names start in the letter F.
Many of these are technically villages, towns, boroughs, or unincorporated
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Last updated: December 16, 2023
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City
Once ruled by the Medicis
Florence
European Central Bank
Frankfurt
Dallas neighbor
Fort Worth
Moroccan city / cylindrical red hat
Fez
Capital of Fujian, China
Fuzhou
City near Denali
Fairbanks
Capital of Tuvalu
Funafuti
City that was a major center for the
insurgency in the Iraq War
Fallujah
Capital of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Florianópolis
Capital of Sierra Leone
Freetown
Midpoint between Sacramento
and San Francisco
Fairfield
Japan's tallest mountain namesake
Fuji
Most populous settlement
in Northern Alberta
Fort McMurray
Northern Arizona city on Route 66
Flagstaff
Brazil's fifth-largest city
Fortaleza
Largest city in Central Valley, CA
Fresno
Japan's 2011 nuclear disaster area
Fukushima
City just up the coast from Miami
Fort Lauderdale
Where the last Nazi government
fled to after Hitler's death
Flensburg
City in northwestern Anhui, China
Fuyang
Capital of Martinique
Fort-de-France
Bay Area city named for a general
Fremont
Independent city in Virginia or
the state's most populous county
Fairfax
City west of Guangzhou
Foshan
Johnny Cash recorded his first
live album its state prison
Folsom
Cuban city or a U.S. state
Florida
Most populous city located entirely
in Northern Cyprus
Famagusta
TX city or San Francisco nickname
Frisco
City in Orange county, CA that is
the "birthplace of electric guitar"
Fullerton
Capital of Kentucky
Frankfort
The ancient Lycian city of Telmessos
was built on this Turkish city
Fethiye
Crimean resort founded by Greeks
Feodosia
Home to Fort Liberty (Fort Bragg)
Fayetteville
Annual Rose Festival site in Japan
or economist Francis's last name
Fukuyama
Australia's Christmas Island capital
Flying Fish Cove
Site of a Civil War battle near D.C.
Fredericksburg
The British overseas territory in
South America is named indirectly
after this Scottish village
Falkland
Gateway to Neuschwanstein Castle
Füssen
Site of an army fort that stores
a lot of gold in Kentucky
Fort Knox
Nuremberg suburb in Bavaria
Fürth
Portugal's southernmost city
Faro
The Confederate president was
arrested near this Georgian city.
Its name is the F in JFK
Fitzgerald
Iranian city in Fars/game publisher
Fasa
Italy's "fort of the marbles"
Forte Dei Marmi
Swedish city whose name
literally means "falcon mountain"
Falkenberg
German town on Lake Constance
Friedrichshafen
Built at the mouth of Glomma,
Norway's longest river
Fredrikstad
Capital of Petén, Guatemala.
Spanish for "flowers"
Flores
Emperor Akbar moved the
Mughal capital to here for 14 years
Fatehpur Sikri
Midpoint of Iberia's Atlantic coast
Figueira da Foz
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City
Coen Brothers movie namesake
Fargo
City in Baden-Württemberg that is
the gateway to the Black Forest
Freiburg
im Breisgau
Biggest city that lies on Kyushu
Fukuoka
Decaying industrial city of Michigan
Flint
Capital of New Brunswick
Fredericton
Third biggest city in Pakistan
Faisalabad
Colorado State University
Fort Collins
Argentinian provincial capital
or Taiwan's colonial name
Formosa
Capital of Madeira
Funchal
Second biggest city in Indiana
Fort Wayne
Home to Rome's main airport
Fiumicino
This "fort" city in Alberta has the
name of a neighboring province
Fort
Saskatchewan
Hometown of Miley Cyrus
Franklin
Biggest city in Haryana, India
Faridabad
Second city of Botswana
Francistown
Capital and namesake
of a prefecture in central Japan
Fukui
Setting of the Twilight series
Forks
Major NM city near Four Corners
Farmington
Danish city on Jutland that is
connected to Funen via a bridge
Fredericia
Capital and namesake of a
province in western Afghanistan
Farah
Florida's "City of Palms" where
Edison and Ford had winter estates
Fort Myers
Largest marina in the Caribbean
Fajardo
English city in Hampshire
whose name means "fern hill"
Farnborough
Third-largest city in Arkansas
Fort Smith
Italy's bicycle capital
Ferrara
City that was originally named
"Shedet" by the Ancient Egyptians
Faiyum
City in Upstate NY / Atlanta's county
Fulton
Wisconsin city or
French for "bottom of the lake"
Fond du Lac
Uzbek city near the Kyrgyz border
Fergana
Lizzie Borden's hometown in MA
Fall River
Gabon's biggest inland city
Franceville
Californian city / "fountain" in Italian
Fontana
City/canton in western Switzerland
Fribourg
One of the Emirates of the UAE
Fujairah
Where the Channel Tunnel starts
Folkestone
Site of Austria's westernmost point
Feldkirch
Seattle suburb that is not on
the local way but the...
Federal Way
Fourth-largest city in
the Community of Madrid
Fuenlabrada
Belgian city called "Vorst" in Dutch
Forest
Major Spanish naval base in Galicia
Ferrol
City in Apulia that is "Italy's granary"
Foggia
Capital of Thurgau, Switzerland
Frauenfeld
Minnesota CDP near Silver Bay
or the English name for "Suomi"
Finland
Where Sabaton originated.
Namesake of a new religious
movement ending in "Gong"
Falun
India's once glassmaking center
Firozabad
Beach town near Sydney or the
author of "A Passage to India"
Forster
Four-letter city in Southern Albania
Fier
City in northwestern Illinois that
hosted a Lincoln–Douglas debate
Freeport
Is on Haiti's northeastern coast
Fort-Liberté
Missourian city where the
shooting of Michael Brown
caused a series of riots in 2014
Ferguson
2 Comments
+1
Level 89
Dec 14, 2023
There's no clue for the entry where the answer is Fuyang.

Firozabad is on here twice, with two different clues.

+1
Level 78
Dec 15, 2023
A fun quiz. Thanks.