From famous museums to mile-high elevations, each of these cities has something that makes it special. Can you identify each city from a short description?
Lynchburg, Tennessee, is home to the Jack Daniels distillery. The city Is in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
New York City is made up of five boroughs. It is home to the Empire State Building.
The Golden Gate Bridge is located in San Francisco. San Francisco is home to nearly one million residents.
Paramount Pictures is in Los Angeles. L.A. is the second most populated U.S. city.
Washington, D.C., is the nation's capital. It is on the banks of the Potomac River.
Chicago is the "windy city." You can also find Oprah there.
Seattle, Washington, is on Puget Sound. The city's area code is 206.
Boston is the capital of Massachusetts. It was also the home of Paul Revere.
Austin is home to the University of Texas. It is also the state capital.
Houston, Texas, houses the astronaut training center. Houston has a population of over two million.
The Liberty Bell is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Both the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed in Philadelphia.
Denver is the capital of Colorado. The city sits one mile above sea level.
San Jose is in Silicon Valley. It is the third-most-populous city in California.
The 1996 Olympics were held in Atlanta, Georgia. The city was a large player in the Civil War.
Dallas is located in North Texas. It is home to the Cowboys football team.
Fort McHenry is located in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore is home to the National Aquarium.
San Diego is the second-most populous city in California. It is home to the world-famous San Diego zoo.
Detroit is the largest city in Michigan. It is home to well over a half million residents.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, is one of the Twin Cities. The other Twin City is St. Paul.
Portland is Oregon's largest city. It is known as one of the most eco-friendly cities in the country.
Miami is located on the southeastern tip of Florida. It is home to a thriving Cuban immigrant community.
New Orleans was decimated during Hurricane Katrina. It is home to Mardi Gras.
Charlotte is home to the Levine Museum. It is also home to the NASCAR hall of fame.
Phoenix is known as the Valley of the Sun. Phoenix has a population of over 1.5 million.
St. Louis is on the Mississippi River. It is home to the Gateway Arch.
San Antonio is home to the Alamo. The Alamo is the site of the 1836 battle for Texan independence.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sits at the junction of three rivers. The city's football team, the Steelers, play at Three Rivers Stadium.
Indianapolis is the capital of Indiana. It is also the largest city in the state.
Oakland is on the east side of the San Francisco Bay. It is home to the Oakland Raiders.
Nashville is home to the Grand Ole Opry. It is also home to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Memphis was the birthplace of Elvis Presley. The city is home to the Blues Hall of Fame.
Salt Lake City is Utah's highest city. It is also the state capital.
Buffalo is home to the Darwin D. Martin House. The structure was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Milwaukee is on the western shore of Lake Michigan. The city is known for its breweries.
Cleveland is located on the shores of Lake Erie. It is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.