Countries and Capitals Quiz

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Яка столиця Азербайджану?

Баку

Де знаходиться столиця Індії?

Нью-Делі

Яке місто є столицею Ірану?

Тегеран

Яке місто є столицею Пакистану?

Ісламабад

Яке з наведених міст є столицею Великобританії?

Лондон

Яка столиця Коста-Рики?

Сан-Хосе

Яка столиця Уганди?

Кампала

Яка країна має столицю Амстердам?

Нідерланди

Яка столиця Єгипту?

Каїр

До якої країни столицею є Прага?

Чехія

До якої країни належить столиця Лісабон?

Португалія

Яка столиця Японії?

Токіо

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Countries and Their Capitals

Europe

Europe is the second smallest continent in the world by land area. It has 50 countries, of which 27 are members of the European Union. Some of the countries of Europe and their capitals are:

  • Andorra: Andorra la Vella
  • Austria: Vienna
  • Belgium: Brussels
  • Czech Republic: Prague
  • Denmark: Copenhagen
  • France: Paris
  • Germany: Berlin
  • Greece: Athens
  • Ireland: Dublin
  • Italy: Rome
  • Netherlands: Amsterdam
  • Portugal: Lisbon
  • Russia: Moscow
  • Spain: Madrid
  • Sweden: Stockholm
  • Switzerland: Bern
  • United Kingdom: London

Africa

Africa is the second-largest continent in the world, with 54 countries. Some of the countries of Africa and their capitals are:

  • Algeria: Algiers
  • Burkina Faso: Ouagadougou
  • Cabo Verde: Praia
  • Central African Republic: Bangui
  • Côte d'Ivoire: Abidjan
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo: Kinshasa
  • Egypt: Cairo
  • Ethiopia: Addis Ababa
  • Gabon: Libreville
  • Kenya: Nairobi
  • Mauritania: Nouakchott
  • Mauritius: Port Louis
  • Morocco: Rabat
  • Nigeria: Abuja
  • Rwanda: Kigali
  • Sudan: Khartoum
  • Tanzania: Dodoma
  • Uganda: Kampala
  • Zambia: Lusaka

Asia

Asia is the largest continent in the world, with 48 countries. Some of the countries of Asia and their capitals are:

  • Afghanistan: Kabul
  • Armenia: Yerevan
  • Azerbaijan: Baku
  • Bangladesh: Dhaka
  • Cambodia: Phnom Penh
  • China: Beijing
  • India: New Delhi
  • Indonesia: Jakarta
  • Iran: Tehran
  • Israel: Jerusalem (proclaimed)
  • Japan: Tokyo
  • Kazakhstan: Astana
  • South Korea: Seoul
  • Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur
  • Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar
  • North Korea: Pyongyang
  • Pakistan: Islamabad
  • Philippines: Manila
  • Sri Lanka: Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte
  • Taiwan: Taipei
  • Thailand: Bangkok
  • Turkey: Ankara
  • United Arab Emirates: Abu Dhabi
  • Vietnam: Hanoi

Americas

The Americas consist of North and South America. North America has 23 countries, while South America has 12. Some of the countries of the Americas and their capitals are:

  • Argentina: Buenos Aires
  • Bahamas: Nassau
  • Bolivia: La Paz
  • Canada: Ottawa
  • Chile: Santiago
  • Colombia: Bogota
  • Costa Rica: San José
  • Cuba: Havana
  • Dominican Republic: Santo Domingo
  • Ecuador: Quito
  • El Salvador: San Salvador
  • Greenland: Nuuk
  • Grenada: Saint George's
  • Guatemala: Guatemala City
  • Haiti: Port-au-Prince
  • Honduras: Tegucigalpa
  • Mexico: Mexico City
  • Nicaragua: Managua
  • Panama: Panama City
  • Peru: Lima
  • United States: Washington, D.C.

Oceania

Oceania is the smallest continent in the world, with 14 countries. Some of the countries of Oceania and their capitals are:

  • Australia: Canberra
  • Fiji: Suva
  • Kiribati: Bairiki
  • Marshall Islands: Majuro
  • Micronesia: Palikir
  • Nauru: No official capital; government offices are located in Yaren district.
  • New Zealand: Wellington
  • Palau: Melekeok
  • Papua New Guinea: Port Moresby
  • Samoa: Apia
  • Solomon Islands: Honiara
  • Tonga: Nuku'alofa
  • Tuvalu: Funafuti
  • Vanuatu: Port-Vila

In conclusion, there are 196 countries in the world, and each has its own unique capital city. Understanding the relationship between countries and their capitals can help us appreciate the rich cultural and historical diversity of our planet.

Test your knowledge of world geography by matching countries with their respective capital cities from Europe, Africa, Asia, Americas, and Oceania. Explore the diverse cultural and historical connections between countries and their capitals.

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