Most of us live in different cities from each other, and many even in different countries. The beautiful part about the world today is that while we may be ‘far’ away from each other in absolute terms, we are more interconnected than ever before in history.
Today, we have a lot of tools to look at the world digitally including Google Maps and Google Earth. These are tools that can help you learn about the world, and can help us study the pairs of cities around the world that happen to share the same names!
Technology has come far, it’s up to you to take this the rest of the way. How much do you know about cities?
Large city in Southern France and capital of the Languedoc-Roussillon region AND state capital of Vermont
Large city in Eastern Kansas on the Missouri river AND even larger and adjacent city in Missouri
Coastal city in Massachusetts known for its witch trials of 1692 AND capital of Oregon
A large city in Georgia on the Savannah river AND the state capital of Maine
Large Greek city AND city in northeastern Georgia, home to the University of Georgia
Town and major ferry port on the English Channel AND the state capital of Delaware
City in the middle of Ohio, a suburb of Columbus AND the largest city in Ireland
City in Northeast Texas, known for a 1984 Wim Wenders movie and a Eiffel Tower replica AND largest city in France
One of the largest cities in Georgia, USA AND the capital of Ohio
A solar halo 8%
Large city in the state of Washington on the Columbia river AND large coastal city in British Columbia, Canada