Can You Answer All Of These Trivia Questions About 12 US Cities?

Do you think that you can answer 12 tricky and distinct trivia questions about America's most populous cities? Let's put your knowledge on urban dwelling to the test!
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When first erected in 1923, what did the famous Los Angeles "Hollywood" sign originally say?
Hollywoodstars
Hollywoodland
Hollywoodcity
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What is the largest US city outside of the contiguous 48 states?
Juneau
Honolulu
Fairbanks
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Which New England city is famous for its mansions, and is the site of the International Tennis Hall of Fame?
Newport
Boston
Portland
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Which city in Texas was devastated by a hurricane in 1900?
Austin
Houston
Gavelston
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Which resort city traditionally hosts the opening race of the NASCAR season?
Tampa Bay
Orlando
Daytona Beach
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In what city might you experience the "curse of the Bambino?"
New York
Boston
Philadelphia
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What Tennessee city was secretly built during World War Two to help in the development of the world's first atomic weapons?
Knoxville
Memphis
Oak Ridge
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Which city is nicknamed "The Big Easy?"
Nashville
New Orleans
San Francisco
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Which city, nicknamed "The Flagship City", is situated in the heart of the "Rust Belt?"
Canton
Columbus
Erie
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Which city is the site of the University of North Carolina?
Greensboro
Myrtle Beach
Chapel Hill
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Poet Carl Sandburg called this city "hog butcher to the world". Can you name it?
Philadelphia
Chicago
Boston
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What city is known as "The Motor City?"
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Detroit
Result
When it comes to America's most prolific cities, you could use a little bit of work. While you may know the big three cities, you're a little rusty when it comes to all of the other amazing cities that call American home.

C+, City Trivia Newbie

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It's clear to us that you know the cities and towns that make this country great! While you might not be an expert just yet, you're well on yoru way to knowing just about all there is to know about America's greatest cities.

B+, City Trivia Triumphant

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are city trivia terrific! There's no doubt about it, you know the cities of this country like the back of your hand. From the history of each city to the culture, you've got America's greatest places down pat.

A+, City Trivia Terrific

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1
When first erected in 1923, what did the famous Los Angeles "Hollywood" sign originally say?
Hollywoodstars
Hollywoodland
Hollywoodcity
2
What is the largest US city outside of the contiguous 48 states?
Juneau
Honolulu
Fairbanks
3
Which New England city is famous for its mansions, and is the site of the International Tennis Hall of Fame?
Newport
Boston
Portland
4
Which city in Texas was devastated by a hurricane in 1900?
Austin
Houston
Gavelston
5
Which resort city traditionally hosts the opening race of the NASCAR season?
Tampa Bay
Orlando
Daytona Beach
6
In what city might you experience the "curse of the Bambino?"
New York
Boston
Philadelphia
7
What Tennessee city was secretly built during World War Two to help in the development of the world's first atomic weapons?
Knoxville
Memphis
Oak Ridge
8
Which city is nicknamed "The Big Easy?"
Nashville
New Orleans
San Francisco
9
Which city, nicknamed "The Flagship City", is situated in the heart of the "Rust Belt?"
Canton
Columbus
Erie
10
Which city is the site of the University of North Carolina?
Greensboro
Myrtle Beach
Chapel Hill
11
Poet Carl Sandburg called this city "hog butcher to the world". Can you name it?
Philadelphia
Chicago
Boston
12
What city is known as "The Motor City?"
Pittsburgh
Cleveland
Detroit