Which cities start with the letter B.
International cities with B
|name of the city||Residents||country||Specialty|
|Belgrade||approx. 1,350,000||Serbia||German "white city", capital|
|Barcelona||approx. 1,600,000||Spain||Capital of Catalonia, second largest city in Spain|
|Boston||approx. 675,000||United States||Capital of the US state of Massachusetts|
|Baghdad||approx. 5,400,000||Iraq||German "God's gift", capital|
|Bern||approximately 134,000||Switzerland||Federal city, in fact the capital|
|Brisbane||approx. 2,275,000||Australia||Founded in 1824 as a penal colony under the name Moreton Bay|
|Belfast||approx. 342,000||United Kingdom||Capital of Northern Ireland|
|Brest||approx. 140,000||France||Port city in Brittany|
|Bogotá||approx. 7,860,000||Colombia||Capital, lies at an altitude of 2,640 meters|
|Bari||approx. 323,000||Italy||Capital of the Puglia region|
|Bodø||approx. 52,000||Norway||located north of the Arctic Circle|
There are of course countless other cities with B on earth. The capitals alone include Bamako (Mali), Bangui (Central African Republic), Beirut (Lebanon), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Budapest (Hungary), Bridgetown (Barbados), Bratislava (Slovakia) or Brasília (Brazil) enumerate.
In addition, large cities such as Baltimore (USA), Bandung (Indonesia), Baotou (China), Basra (Iraq), Busan (South Korea), Bursa (Turkey) or Bengaluru (India) with over 10 million inhabitants.
German cities with B
|name of the city||Residents||federal state||Specialty|
|Berlin||approx. 3,650,000||Berlin||Capital of the Federal Republic of Germany|
|Bremen||approx. 570,000||Free Hanseatic City of Bremen||City on the river Weser|
|Bochum||approx. 365,000||North Rhine-Westphalia||Big city in the center of the Ruhr area|
|Bonn||approx. 327,000||North Rhine-Westphalia||provisional federal capital from 1949 to 1990|
|Bielefeld||approx. 333,000||North Rhine-Westphalia||first mentioned at the beginning of the 9th century|
|Braunschweig||approx. 248,000||Lower Saxony||second largest city in Lower Saxony|
|Bottrop||approximately 117,000||North Rhine-Westphalia||City in the Ruhr area|
|Bernburg||approx. 33,000||Saxony-Anhalt||District town of the Salzlandkreis|
|bad Homburg||approx. 54,000||Hesse||Bad Homburg vor der Höhe is the district town of the Hochtaunuskreis|
|Baden-Baden||approx. 55,000||Baden-Wuerttemberg||Spa and spa town|
|Bebra||approx. 14,000||Hesse||Junction of several railway lines|
|Beelitz||approx. 12,500||Brandenburg||known as "Asparagus City"|
|Bruehl||approx. 44,000||North Rhine-Westphalia||known from the amusement park Phantasialand|
|Castle||approx. 22,500||Saxony-Anhalt||District town of the district of Jerichower Land near Magdeburg|
Which city with B promises more points?
Goal of the game City-Country-River is to get as many points as possible for the respective solutions. Since there are fewer points if several players have the same solution in a category, it is usually better not to give the "standard answer".
In the case of a city with a B, the German cities Berlin or Bremen or Brussels or Belgrade are often mentioned first. If two or more players have decided to do so, only 5 points are awarded. But if you are the only player to write another city, you get 10 points.
A more promising answer would therefore be the Indian metropolis Bengaluru or the big Brazilian city Belém.
In Germany, the countless cities with “Bad” at the beginning promise that not several players will name it. For example Bad Elster, Bad Nauheim, Bad Orb or Bad Tölz. But Bitterfeld, Buxtehude or Bremerhaven are not the worst choices either.
Of course you will too Bergisch Gladbach (NRW) or Brandenburg on the Havel used less often. But here you should always keep an eye on the length of a word. It just depends on how fast you can write or how slow the other players are.
- Are you glad you can even think of a few cities with a B?
- Do you prefer “unusual” city names?
- Do you think of cities from your region faster than big cities or capitals?
Let us and the other readers know and write it right here in the comments!
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