Have you ever wondered what the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the United States are? You might be surprised to learn that some were founded long before the United States even existed! For example, Saint Augustine, Florida was founded way back in the year 1565. That's over two centuries before the nation was formed. The sheer amount of culture and history that this city holds is mind-blowing. Not every city or town on the list has become a major city. In fact, many of the locations on the map have gone on to be small obscure towns.
A great example of this is Marietta, OH. It's the oldest city in the current state of Ohio, but boasts a modest population of only 13,588. Even so, their historical importance should not be understated. This chart from TitleMax.com takes a look at the oldest city in each state. Does your city make the cut?
Infographic by: titlemax