Who is the city of St. Louis named after?

early Christian Martyr
king of France
translator of the Bible
founder of the Knights Templar
Louis IX (1214 – 1270) is the only canon­ised king of France, mostly due to his support and par­tic­i­pa­tion in the cru­sades. There are many places named after him, in­clud­ing the city of St. Louis, Mis­souri, and both the state and city of San Luis Potosí in Mexico.

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early Christian Martyr
king of France
translator of the Bible
founder of the Knights Templar
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flagSpain
7%
80%
2%
9%
42
flagAustria
10%
78%
7%
3%
28
flagFrance
13%
74%
4%
5%
90
flagItaly
11%
74%
1%
11%
62
flagAustralia
16%
74%
6%
3%
31
flagGreece
19%
70%
0%
9%
31
flagBelgium
10%
68%
0%
20%
29
flagthe Netherlands
12%
67%
6%
14%
82
flagUkraine
19%
65%
3%
11%
26
flagthe United States
16%
64%
7%
10%
995
flagCanada
21%
64%
4%
9%
88
flagGermany
14%
63%
4%
16%
315
flagthe United Kingdom
19%
62%
4%
12%
520
flagPoland
19%
59%
5%
14%
22345
flagDenmark
25%
57%
7%
10%
28
flagNorway
20%
55%
11%
11%
43
flagSweden
3%
55%
10%
27%
29
flagRepublic of Ireland
23%
53%
0%
23%
64
flagIndia
18%
52%
18%
11%
72
flagUnknown
29%
44%
7%
18%
862

Gender

men50%
women54%
early Christian Martyr
25%
23%
king of France
50%
54%
translator of the Bible
7%
5%
founder of the Knights Templar
16%
17%

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Who is the city of St. Louis named after?
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