100 Cities by Letter - N

Based on the clue, can you guess these cities whose names start in the letter N.
Many of these are technically villages and towns
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: June 11, 2022
First submittedJune 11, 2022
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City
Where the Yankees play
New York City
Was struck by an atomic bomb
Nagasaki
Where Robin Hood resides
Nottingham
Capital of the Bahamas
Nassau
Where pizza was invented
Naples
Capital of Greenland
Nuuk
"Pleasant" city on French Riviera
Nice
Chinese massacre site during WWII
Nanjing
The Big Easy
New Orleans
Finnish city that gave its name
to a mobile phone company
Nokia
Indian city of oranges and tigers
Nagpur
America's country music capital
Nashville
City in Lorraine that is also a
common girls' name in English
Nancy
National capital on the Niger River
Niamey
Site of Nazi rallies and tribunals
Nuremberg
Where the Geordies are from
Newcastle
Current name of Astana
Nur-Sultan
Alaskan city where the Iditarod ends
Nome
Waterfall city between Ontario and NY
Niagara Falls
Official capital of India
New Delhi
"Safari Capital of the World"
Nairobi
Rhode Island city home to
summer mansions
Newport
Capital of Okinawa
Naha
Former Japanese capital known
for its deer park
Nara
Guyana's third or Suriname's fifth
most populous city
New Amsterdam
Russia's "New Siberian" city
Novosibirsk
Most populous city in Mauritania
Nouakchott
Peruvian city close to a famous
group of "lines"
Nazca
Yale University locale
New Haven
World's busiest port by cargo tonnage
Ningbo
This coastal Israeli city is named
for a Jewish-American merchant,
not an Israeli prime minister
Netanya
World's least populous capital
Ngerulmud
One of Germany's three oldest cities
Neuss
Namesake of a French-speaking
Belgian province
Namur
The British Grand Prix takes place
14 miles south of this town
Northampton
Biggest city on the Volga river
Nizhny Novgorod
Capital of Jiangxi, China
Nanchang
South Island's oldest city that was
named after an admiral
Nelson
Japan's third-largest urban area
Nagoya
Capital of Azerbaijan's exclave
between Armenia and Iran
Nakhchivan
Virginian city with initials N. N.
Newport News
Capital of the Roman province that
encompassed southern France
Narbonne
The Sandy Hook school shooting
took place in this Connecticut city
Newtown
Massachusetts's "Whaling City".
Primary setting of "Moby-Dick"
New Bedford
Suburb north of Las Vegas
North Las Vegas
Suburb north of Charleston
North Charleston
Suburb north of Little Rock
North Little Rock
Capital of Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan
Nukus
Mexican city that sits adjacent to its
"old" Texan counter-part
Nuevo Laredo
Russia's largest seaport
Novorossiysk
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City
City of Jesus's youth
Nazareth
The Greeks call it "Lefkosia"
Nicosia
Center of a Californian wine region
Napa
Japan's 1998 Winter Olympics host
Nagano
U.S. Atlantic Fleet headquarters
Norfolk
Former whaling center featured
in many a dirty limerick
Nantucket
Serbian city that was the
birthplace of Constantine the Great
Niš
Capital of Tonga
Nuku'alofa
Replaced Rangoon in 2005
Naypyidaw
Closest Brazilian city to Africa
Natal
Uzbekistan's largest city inside
the Fergana Valley
Namangan
Vancouver Island's second-largest
Nanaimo
This isn't Egypt's new capital,
but a suburb built in the 2000s
New Cairo
Most populous city on Loire
Nantes
England's second-largest in 1500
Norwich
Most populous city in New Jersey
Newark
Namesake of the largest Greek
island in the Cyclades
Naxos
Japanese city facing Sado Island
Niigata
Fourth-biggest in Northern Ireland
Newry
Capital of Chad
N'Djamena
World's northernmost city with a
population > 100,000
Norilsk
Montenegro's second-largest
Nikšić
City of University of Oklahoma
Norman
Capital of Vojvodina, Serbia
Novi Sad
Town in northern Norway and
site of a major WWII battle
Narvik
Capital of New Caledonia
Nouméa
Dunder Mifflin branch location
in New Hampshire
Nashua
City called "Sweden's Manchester"
Norrköping
Capital of Guangxi, China
Nanning
Chicago's third-largest suburb
Naperville
Split between Arizona and Mexico
Nogales
Namesake of a sparsely-populated
Argentinian province
Neuquén
Japan's busiest international airport
Narita
City in Estonia where a bloody
WWII battle took place
Narva
Amongst the holiest in Shia Islam
Najaf
Largest Boise suburb
Nampa
Main seaport of North Korea
Nampo
"Wine Capital of India"
Nashik
Swiss city whose name means
"New Castle" in Old French
Neuchâtel
Largest city in Darfur, Sudan;
namesake of a type of antelope
Nyala
Oldest city in the Netherlands
Nijmegen
Connecticut city that is
the headquarters of Xerox
Norwalk
Home to the largest airport in Fiji
Nadi
Largest city in Kenya's Rift Valley
Nakuru
"New city" of central Turkey
Nevşehir
Is connected to Rio de Janeiro
by a bridge
Niterói
Southern French city dubbed as
the "most Roman city outside Italy"
Nîmes
Palestinian Stock Exchange
Nablus
Omar Khayyam's hometon, in Iran;
also Seljuk Empire's first capital
Nishapur
Mozambique's largest inland city
Nampula
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Level 75
Jun 11, 2022
Nuku'alofa is the capital of Tonga, not Tuvalu
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Level 68
Jun 18, 2022
Wow this is a good quiz

Got up to 72, surprising myself by getting Neuss, Neuquen and Ningbo

Should've gotten Noumea, Norilsk, Naxos and Narita

And yeah, I tried North Boise lol