Let's play with city names

With 36,000 French communes, it's almost obligatory for French and foreign towns to have the same name. If you know of any others, let us know and we'll add them to the article.

It goes without saying that the game applies only to cities located in Passadocie, i.e.:
- Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur
- Corse
- Nouvelle Aquitaine
- Occitanie
- Auvergne Rhône Alpes

 

Montpelier(with one L) is the capital of the U.S. state of Vermont
Photo André Abbe in 1999

 

Leon in Mexico and Léon in Les Landes

 

Montreal in Quebec and Montreal in Aude

 

Granada in Spain and Granada in Haute Garonne

 

Bayonne in New Jersey and Bayonne in the Basque Country

 

Valencia in Spain and Valencia in Drôme

 

Lyon in Mississippi and Lyon in Rhône

 

Toulon in Illinois and Toulon in Var

There are eight Orange in the United States, six Lourdes - three in Canada, two in Brazil and one in Colombia. Avignon is a regional county municipality in the Province of Quebec. etc....

Now it's your turn....

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