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How well do you know your capitals? Take our fun quiz and see. Below you’ll find questions and can choose which city you think is correct from the multiple-choice options. There are 25 questions below. Have fun and no cheating.
Quiz topic: Capitals of the world
Difficulty: Medium Number of questions: 25
1. What is the capital of Germany?
Germany is located in Europe and its capital is Berlin. The other options above are also cities in Germany. See places to visit in Germany.
Spain located in Europe is a popular holiday destination which also includes the Balearic Islands. The capital of the country is Madrid which is located almost dead centre in the country.
6. What is the capital of Azerbaijan?
Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan. Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine and Minsk is the capital of Belarus. Beylagan is another city in Azerbaijan.
7. What is the capital of Kenya?
Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. Pretoria is the administrative capital of South Africa and Muscat is the capital of Oman. The other option Kisumu is also in Kenya.
8. What is the capital of Sweden?
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden, whilst Oslo is the capital of Norway. Gothenburg and Malmö are also cities in Sweden.
9. What is the capital of Nepal?
Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal. Agra is a city in India, and Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. Pokhara is another city that you’ll find in Nepal. Read our travel guide to Nepal.
10. What is the capital of Iceland?
Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland. Helsinki is the capital of Finland and Riga is the capital of Latvia. Helgafellssveit is also a city in Iceland.
11. What is the capital of Laos?
Vientiane is the capital of Laos. Seoul is the capital of South Korea. Pakse and Van Vieng are also cities in Laos. Read about the best places to go in Laos.
12. What is the capital of Italy?
Rome is the capital of Italy. Pisa, Milan and Venice are also in Italy and popular places to visit.
13. What is the capital of Chile?
Santiago is the capital of Chile. Bogota is the capital of Colombia and Asunción is the capital of Paraguay. Concepción is another city in Chile. See fantastic place to visit in Chile.
14. What is the capital of Poland?
Warsaw is the capital of Poland. The other cities mentioned are also in Poland, except for Leipzig which is in Germany.
15. What is the capital of UAE?
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE (United Arab Emirates). Dubai is one of the most popular destinations to visit in the UAE. Doha mentioned is actually the capital of Qatar. Read some of the top things to do in Dubai.
16. What is the capital of Namibia?
Windhoek is the capital of Namibia and Keetmanshoop is another city in Namibia. Dakar is a city in Senegal and Fes is a city in Morocco.
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