SkyscraperCity Forum banner
1 - 20 of 21 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
179 Posts
Here are cities in Ohio that have substantial population.I'm really not sure if some of the cities are named after their counterpart but I would assume that the majority would be.

Toledo
Lima
Dublin
Versailles
New Bremen
Parma
Athens
Avon
Bowling Green
Cambridge
East Liverpool
Dover
London
Macedonia
Russia
Canton
Ontario
Toronto
Poland
Troy
Oxford
Kent
Minster(after Munster,Germany)
Lebanon
Holland
Berlin
Geneva
Milan
Ravenna

This is off the top of my head so I'm sure I'm missing alot. I also included names of countries but I felt they were relevant.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
359 Posts

·
All American City Boy
Joined
·
191 Posts
For some of the larger cities, New York was named after York, England. New Orleans was named after Orleans, France. Birmingham, Alabama after Birmingham, UK. Boston, MA, Boston, UK. The list would go on for a very long time. Might be easier to name the cities that were not named after somewhere else.
 

·
centralnatbankbuildingrva
Joined
·
2,608 Posts
Paris France


Paris Tennessee (actually rather nice for a small town)
 

·
Paradise Island
Joined
·
3,934 Posts
A large number of towns in upstate New York were named after classical Roman or Greek places or people:

Rome
Utica
Syracuse
Troy
Carthage
Ithaca
Manlius
Cicero
Virgil
Ovid
Homer
Pompey
Marcellus
etc.
 

·
Moderator
Joined
·
41,402 Posts
Intetesting to learn that Memphis was named after another city.
That they built a pyramid in Memphis, Tennessee is not a coincidence.
 

·
centralnatbankbuildingrva
Joined
·
2,608 Posts
York UK



NYC

 

·
centralnatbankbuildingrva
Joined
·
2,608 Posts
Richmond England



#RVA (Richmond VA)

 
1 - 20 of 21 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top