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City or Region of the Day

North America



United States

California, Compton, One of the oldest cities in the country, Known as "Hub City", Young community with most people Ages 25 to 35, Highest crime rate of any city in California, Notorious for gang violence, Crips & Bloods, Los Angeles, Population, 4,000,000, Mayor, Eric Garcetti, Home of:, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Dodgers, Anaheim Angels, The Mighty Ducks

Florida, Miami, Called "Magic City", Settled in 1825, Metro Population, 5,564,065, Mayor, Thomas Regalado, Climate, Average temperature January - 68.2 F

Georgia, Atlanta, Population, 463,878, Kasim Reed, Mayor, Fulton County, Home to the, Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta United FC, Famous People, Rich Homie Quan, Future, CNN News, Coca-Cola

Hawaii, Population, 1,431,603, Surrounded by water, $64,514, Median Income, Hawaii State Seal, Bird, Nene, Insect, Pulelehua, State Tree, Kuki Tree, Comprises, 8 Islands

Illinois, Chicago, Settled in 1780, Known as the Windy City, French word - Chicagoua, Population, 2,720,546, Water source is Lake Michigan

Massachusetts, Boston, Suffolk County, Settled in 1630, Population - 667,100, Charles River runs through it, Famous Universities in Boston, Harvard University, M.I.T. - Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University

Minnesota, St. Cloud, Known as the Granite City, Stearns County, 3rd Largest Public university in Minnesota, HydroElectric Dam on the Mississippi River, 9 megawatts, Population, 67,109, Minneapolis, Largest University in the State, Population - 410,000, Largest city in the state, 55401 - 55488, Mayor: Betsy Hodges, St. Paul, Capital of Minnesota, Population, 300,851, 17 neighborhoods, Hamline University, First University, Event Center, Xcel Center, State Seal of Minnesota, Duluth, Population, 86,110, Access to the ocean, Duluth is accessible to oceangoing vessels from the Atlantic Ocean 2,300 miles, Known as the Twin Ports, Duluth, Superior, WI, Named for:, Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, the first known European explorer of the area., Economy, Early, Fur trade, Iron ore, Steel, View from the hill, View from the hill, Climate, Duluth has a humid continental climate

Mississippi, Gulfport, Mayor, Billy Skellie, Population, 14,500, Nickname - "The Friendly City", Incorporated, 1905, Harrison County

Missouri, East St. Louis, Historical, 1797 by Captain James Piggott, Population, 27,000 in 2010, Climate, East St. Louis usually experiences cold winters and hot summers., Mayor, Emeka Jackson-Hicks, Attractions, Second Tallest fountain in the world, Racial makeup, The racial makeup of the city was 97.74% Black or African-American, 1.23% White, 0.19% Native American, 0.08% Asian-American, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.19% from other races, and 0.55% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.73% of the population.

Nevada, Las Vegas, Population, 623,727, Casino Industry, Bright Lights, Gambling, Desert, Climate, Hot, Industry, Tourism

New York, New York City, Population, 19,800,000, Biggest City in the USA, New York Quarter, 2001, Mayor, Bill de Blasio, Central Park, Home to the:, Mets, Knick, Islanders

New Jersey, Northeastern of USA, Nickname is the "Garden State", 1775 - 100,000 people, Capital - Trenton, 180,000,000 million years ago bordered North Africa, Pangea

Ohio, Toledo, Population, 287,208, No Major League sports, Nickname "The Glass City", Founded in 1833, Mayor, Paula Hicks Hudson, Kenny Rodgers song "Lucille" is inspired by him seeing the city

Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania is the first state of the fifty United States to list their web site URL on a license plate., Hershey is considered the Chocolate Capital of the United States., "The Keystone State", In 1946 Philadelphia became home to the first computer., The first daily newspaper was published in Philadelphia on Sept. 21, 1784., Harrisburg is the capital, Philadelphia is home to the famous "Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich", In the film Rocky, Sylvester Stallone ran up the steps of Philadelphia City Hall, City of "Brotherly Love"

Washington State, Seattle: Largest City, King County, Ed Murray, Mayor, Formerly "Queen City" & Rain City, 7.9% African Americans, 69.5% Caucasian, Olympia is the capital

South America


Rio de Janeiro, Founded in March 1565, Urban Population: 11,616,000, Marcelo Crivella, Southeast Region, State of Rio de Janeiro Flag





Italian Flag

Rome, Population, 4,300,000, 2500 years old, Next to Sicily, Mediterranean climate


Belgian flag, German Flag

Capital, Brussels, Brussels

Population, 11,250,000

Motto, Unity Makes Strength

Area, 30,528 km

Population, 11,250,000

United Kingdom

England, London, Mayor, Sadiq Khan, Population, 8,500,000, Famous Places, London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, London Climate


Russian National Flag

Covers more than 1/8 of earth

Population, 140,000,000

Capital, Moscow

Leader, Vladimir Putin

Money, Russian Ruble


Middle East

UAE, Dubai, Next to the Arabian desert, 7000 years ago - Covered in Sand, Smallpox, 1841, Known for Pearl Exports - 1930's, Population, 2,752,736

Saudi Arabia, Calling code 966, Population, 33,000,000, Time Zone, UTC +3, Drive on the right side of the road, First King, Ibn Saud, Ethnicity, 90% Arabic, 10% Afro-Arab, 13th Largest State in the World, Geographically the Largest County Arabian Plate, Animals, Horse, Ox, Marine Fish, Cities, Riyadh, 5,328,228, Jeddah, Mecca, 3,356,259

Far East Asia

Cambodia, Cambodian Flag, Population, 15,957,223, Climate, Tropical with Monsoons, Form of Government, Democracy, One Party, UTC, +9




Population, 277,821

Divided into 9 regions, Christchurch, St. Andrew, St. George, St. James, St. John, St. Joseph, St. Lucy, St. Michael, St. Peter, St. Philip, St. Thomas

Freundel Stuart, Prime Minister

Capital, Bridgetown

Language, British English, English based Creole, Bajan

Climate, Wet season, June to November, 40 to 90, Dry Season, December to May, 70 - 88

Animals, Green turtles, Loggerhead turtle, Hawksbill Turtle, Leatherback turtle, Green Monkeys

Sports, Cricket

Rihanna, Robin Rihanna Fenty


Kingston, Population in 2011, 662,426, Established in 1692, After the earthquake that destroyed Port Royal - For survivors, The city has half foundations, Mayor, Delroy Williams, Climate, Tropical, Hope Garden, Emancipation Park


Haitian Flag

Capital, Port-au-Prince

Languages, French, Creole

Population, 10,604,000, High population density

Holiday's Celebrated, Discovery Day, December 5th, 1492, Christopher Columbus

Health, Poor healthcare system

Prone to Earthquakes, Fault line


Population, 11,239,000

Time Zone, DST: EST

Climate, Tropical, Tropical

Religion, Roman Catholic

Languages, Spanish

Current Leader, President Raul Castro

Religion, Roman Catholic

Languages, Spanish

Trinidad Tobago

Population, 1,349,667

Time Zone, Atlantic Standard

President, Anthony Carmona

Language, English

Famous People, Nikki Minaj, Trinidad James

Capital, Port of Spain

St. Lucia

St. Lucia Flag

Capital, Castries

Language, Official, English, Creole, French

Climate, Tropical

Government, Monarchy, Queen Elizabeth, Represented by a Governor

Exports, Agriculture, Bananas, Oil


Central America

Costa Rica

Costa Rica Flag

Capital, San Jose

Economy, Coffee Plantations

Climate, Tropical, December thru April, Dry, Rainy season, May thru November

Notable People, Claudia Poll, Swimming Olympic Gold Medal