Lost city (disambiguation)
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In the popular imagination, a lost city is a real, once prosperous and well-populated area of human habitation that fell into terminal decline and whose location was later forgotten.
Lost City, The Lost City, or Lost Cities may also refer to:
- Ciudad Perdida, a lost city on the Caribbean coast of Colombia
- Lost City, California, in Calaveras County
- Lost City, Oklahoma, the landing site of the Lost City Meteorite
- Lost City, West Virginia
- Pueblo Grande de Nevada also known as "Nevada's "Lost City", a complex of villages, located near Overton, Nevada
- The Palace of the Lost City, a luxury holiday resort near the Sun City casino and resort in the North West Province North West Province of South Africa
- Lost City (hydrothermal field), a field of hydrothermal vents in the Atlantic Ocean
Art, entertainment, and media
- Lost city (fiction) for a list of fictional lost cities
- The Lost City (1920 serial), a film serial directed by E.A. Martin later edited into a feature film titled The Jungle Princess (1920), written by Frederick Chapin and starring Juanita Hansen, George Chesebro, and Frank Clark
- The Lost City (1935 serial), two science fiction films directed by Harry Revier and starring Kane Richmond
- The Lost City (2005 film), a film about the owner of a Havana nightclub in 1958 directed by Andy Garcia
- Lost Cities (video game) an Xbox 360 game planned for release in 2008 and based on the card game
- Lost Cities, a card game published by both Kosmos and Rio Grande Games
- The Lost City (Dungeons & Dragons) - an adventure module for the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game
- The Lost City (video game), a 2012 iOS point-and-click adventure game.
- The Lost Cities: A Drift House Voyage, children's novel by Dale Peck
- "Lost City" (Stargate SG-1), a two-part episode of the television series Stargate SG-1
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