Which cities start with the letter T.

International cities with T

name of the cityResidentscountrySpecialty
Tokyoapprox.9,700,000JapanCapital and most populous metropolis in the country
Turinapprox. 875,000ItalyBig city in northern Italy
Tunisapprox. 1,100,000Tunisiasince 1159 capital of the North African country
Tel Aviv-Jaffaapprox. 450,000IsraelUNESCO World Heritage Site with over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings
Torontoapprox. 2,700,000Canadalargest city in Canada and capital of the province of Ontario
Taipeiapprox. 2,700,000TaiwanCapital of the Republic of China (Taiwan)
Tehranapprox. 8,700,000IranCapital of Iran
Toulouseapprox. 480,000FranceSouthern French city on the Garonne River
Tallinnapprox. 435,000EstoniaCapital as well as the economic and cultural center of Estonia
Toledoapprox. 85,000SpainCentral Spanish city, the old town of which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List
Tampaapprox. 380,000United Statesthird largest city in Florida
Townsvilleapproximately 170,000AustraliaCity in northern Queensland on the east coast of Australia
Tbilisiapprox. 1,100,000GeorgiaCapital of the Caucasus Republic founded in the 5th century
Tomskapprox. 525,000RussiaCity in Siberia founded in 1604

There are of course other cities with T on earth. For the capital cities, in addition to the cities already listed in the table, Tashkent (Uzbekistan), Tegucigalpa (Honduras), Thimphu (Bhutan), Tirana (Albania) and Tripoli (Libya).

In addition, the major cities of the Chinese metropolises Tianjin, Tai’an, Taiyuan, Taizhou, Taizhou and Tangshan as well as the equally large cities in India Thrissur and Tiruppur.

German cities with T

name of the cityResidentsfederal stateSpecialty
trierapprox. 111,000Rhineland-Palatinate16 BC City founded by the Romans Augusta Treverorum
Tubingenapprox. 90,000Baden-WuerttembergUniversity town on the Neckar
Titisee-Neustadtapprox. 12,000North Rhine-WestphaliaKneipp and climatic health resort in the Black Forest
Thaleapprox. 17,000Saxony-Anhaltpopular tourist city in the Harz Mountains
Torgauapprox. 20,000SaxonyNorth Saxon city on the Elbe
Troisdorfapprox. 75,000North Rhine-WestphaliaCity on the right bank of the Rhine between Cologne and Bonn
Divingapprox. 16,000SaxonyCity near Leipzig first mentioned in a document in 974
Traunsteinapprox. 20,000BavariaCity in Upper Bavaria and capital of the Chiemgau
Teltowapprox. 26,000BrandenburgCity southwest of Berlin first mentioned in a document in 1265
Tuttlingenapprox. 36,000Baden-Wuerttemberg"World Capital of Medical Technology"
Taunussteinapprox. 30,000Hesselargest city in the Rheingau-Taunus district in southern Hesse
Tangerhütteapprox. 11,000Saxony-AnhaltCity in the Altmark on the Tangier river
Trossingenapprox. 17,000Baden-WuerttembergUniversity city with a traditional musical instrument industry
Telgteapprox. 20,000North Rhine-WestphaliaPlace of pilgrimage in the Münsterland

Which city with T 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 supposed “standard answer”.

In the case of a city with T, the German cities Trier or Tübingen or Tokyo or Tunis are often mentioned. 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 be the Russian city Tomsk or the English city Telford.

Promise to German cities Telgte In North Rhine-Westphalia, Thum in Saxony or the small town Tanna in Thuringia higher chances of being the only player to have written this down.

Of course, Tauberbischofsheim in the north of Baden-Württemberg or the Thuringian city will also be there Tambach-Dietharz more rarely mentioned. However, you should always keep an eye on the length of a city name. It just depends on how fast you can write or how slow the other players are.

In the tables above, we have listed less used cities with T in the lower area and the supposedly more frequently used cities above. We also focused more on shorter city names.
What are your favorite cities with a T?
  • Are you glad you can even think of a few cities with a T?
  • Do you prefer “unusual” city names?
  • Can you think of cities from your region faster than major cities or capitals, or do you even live in a city that begins with T?

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