List of cities claimed to be built on seven hills
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City of Seven Hills usually refers to Rome. However, there are many cities that claim to be built on seven hills.
- Albany, New York
- Athens, Texas, United States
- Cincinnati, Ohio, United States (now encompasses more than seven) 
- Guaranda, Ecuador
- Lynchburg, Virginia, United States College Hill, Garland Hill, Daniel's Hill, Federal Hill, Diamond Hill, White Rock Hill, and Franklin Hill were the original "Seven Hills" of the City of Lynchburg.
- Nevada City, California, United States, built on Piety, Lost, Prospect, Aristocracy, Boulder, Nabob, and Buckeye Hills 
- Nixa, Missouri, United States
- Providence, Rhode Island, built on Christian Hill, College Hill, Constitution Hill, Federal Hill, Smith Hill, Tockwotten Hill, and Weybosset Hill.
- Richmond, Virginia, United States, built on numerous hills and escarpments to include Church Hill, Council Chamber Hill, French Garden Hill, Gambles Hill, Libby Hill, Navy Hill, Oregon Hill, Shockoe Hill and Union Hill.
- Rome, Georgia, United States
- Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
- San Diego, California, United States
- San Francisco, California, United States (see List of hills in San Francisco, California)
- Seattle, Washington, United States (see Seven hills of Seattle)
- Seven Hills, Ohio, United States
- Somerville, Massachusetts, United States, built on Clarendon Hill, College Hill, Spring Hill, Winter Hill, Central Hill, Plowed Hill, Cobble Hill.
- Staten Island, New York, United States - Fort Hill, Ward Hill, Fox Hill, Grymes Hill, Emerson Hill, Todt Hill, and Richmond Hill.
- Tallahassee, Florida, United States
- Victoria, Argentina
- Worcester, Massachusetts, United States, built on Airport Hill, Bancroft Hill, Belmont Hill, Grafton Hill, Green Hill, Pakachoag Hill, and Vernon Hill.
- Yonkers, New York, United States
- Amman, Jordan
- Jerusalem, Israel Scopus, Nob, Olivet, "Mount of Corruption" or "Mount of Offence", "Mount Zion", the "Ophel Mount" and the new "Mount Zion."
- Mumbai Saat Dweep Samuh (now joined, into a peninsula)
- Tehran, Iran
- Thiruvananthapuram, India
- Tirumala, India
Australia and Oceania
- Abergavenny, South Wales, United Kingdom
- Armagh, Armagh in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
- Athens, Greece. The historical seven hills of Athens are Acropolis, Areopagus, Philopappus Hill (or Hill of the Muses), Hill of the Nymphs, Pnyx, Mount Lycabettus, and Mount Anchesmos (or Tourkovounia).
- Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany, The seven hills of Bamberg are; Cathedral Hill, Michaelsberg, Kaulberg/Obere Pfarre, Stefansberg, Jakobsberg, Altenburger Hill, and Abtsberg.
- Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain said to be built on Mont Tàber, La Rovira, El Coll, El Carmel, La Peira, El Putxet and Montjuïc
- Bath, England, United Kingdom
- Bergen, Norway (see Seven Mountains, Bergen)
- Brussels, Belgium, said to be built on St.Michielsberg, Koudenberg, Warmoesberg, Kruidtuin, Kunstberg, Zavel and St.Pietersberg
- Budapest, Hungary
- Cagliari, Sardinia
- Cáceres, Spain
- Ceuta, Spain
- Coatbridge, Scotland
- Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom (see Hills of Edinburgh)
- Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland
- Iaşi, Romania (see Seven hills of Iaşi)
- Istanbul, Turkey (see Seven hills of Istanbul)
- Kiev, Ukraine Borichev, Shchekovitsa, Starokievska and Khorevitsa.
- Lisbon, Portugal
- Lviv, Ukraine
- Madrid, Spain 
- Moscow, Russia (See Seven hills of Moscow)
- Nijmegen, Netherlands
- Plovdiv, Bulgaria
- Prague, Czech Republic, said to be built on seven or nine hills: Hradčany, Vítkov, (Opyš), Větrov, Skalka, (Emauzy), Vyšehrad, Karlov and Petřín
- Pula, Croatia
- Rome, Italy (see Seven hills of Rome)
- Saint-Étienne, France
- Sheffield, England, United Kingdom
- Telšiai, Lithuania
- Torquay, England, United Kingdom
- Turku, Finland
- Zevenbergen, Netherlands
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