Quiz: Can you identify the US city from just a dot on a map?

Quiz: Can you identify the US city from just a dot on a map?

We don’t know if you’ve looked at a globe recently, but America is really, really big. The Home of the Brave houses more than 300 cities of 100,000 plus people, many of them among the world’s foremost metropolises.

Some of these settlements are literally thousands of miles apart, but how many of America’s largest cities can you identify simply from their place on a map?

Simply click on the picture of the city you think each dot is representing.

- Press Association

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