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Known & Less Known European Capitals

written by: bas191
 
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This city is also know as 'the City of Light' because of the early adoption of street lighting and its fame as a centre of education.
Madrid
Brussels
Paris
Rome


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This is the capital of a country which has three official languages and two National Anthems - the National Anthem 'Ons Hémécht' and the Royal Anthem 'Wilhelmus'.
Luxembourg
Bruxelles
Amsterdam
Liechtenstein


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This city, situated on the banks of the Danube river, became the capital of a republic that gained full independence in an event referred to as the 'Velvet Divorce' on January 1st, 1993. It is the only national capital that borders two neighbouring countries.
Skopje
Sarajevo
Bratislava
Prague


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What city is the world's most northern capital?
Oslo
Talinn
Helsinki
Reykjavik


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In 1755 this capital city was almost completely destroyed in a tragic earthquake.
Athens
Istanbul
Rome
Lisbon


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Between the 10th - 12th century, this city, situated on the Dnieper river, became the capital of the State of Rus, only to be completely destroyed during the Mongol invasion of 1240.
Minsk
Kiev
Riga
Moscow


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This capital, which was one of the few major cities that survived WW 2 relatively unscathed, has a city centre that is essentially Renaissance and Baroque in nature. For over 1000 years it was considered to be the richest city of Western Europe.
Rome
Paris
Athens
Vienna


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This capital, situated on the Rhine river, is one of the very few capitals without its own airport and railway station.
Vaduz
Andorra La Vella
Berne
Luxembourg


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Situated on the mouth of the River Liffey, this capital was originally founded as a Viking settlement. It is also known as 'The Settlement of the Ford of the Reed Hurdles'.
Edinburgh
Reykjavik
Dublin
Stockholm


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According to legend, this ancient city was actually comprised of 10 different cities or tribes. After the reforms of Cleisthenes, the city was again divided into ten different tribes or electorates, only to re-adopt its city name in the 19th century.
Paris
Athens
Skopje
Rome


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This capital city houses the Headquarters of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Kiev
Tbilisi
Moscow
Minsk


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Because of its many canals, this is named 'The Venice of the North'. It is also known as one of the most bicycle-friendly capitals of the world
Amsterdam
Copenhagen
Stockholm
Brussels


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