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City A is famous for\ of planting melons and watermelons in summer. I noticed somewhere in internet that using for is 66% while other prepositions that can be used after the term famous such as ( about, of, in, at ) are the rest 34% Is this true in English grammar? I feel as if something went wrong while I say for examples: He is famous for saying the truth. He is famous for bravery. He is famous for saying poetry. I think using famous of gives the phrase or the sentence more stress than famous for . I dislike using for in such circumstances! What do you say?