For everyone who is wondering: "de facto" means "technically it isn't, but actually it is" i.e. when there is a successful coup in a country the old president may still be the official president but the new president, while not technically the president is the "de facto" president. He's the one making the decisions that the president should make.
(I say as someone beats me)
Man, I was sooo close to nearly getting a really high percentage of most of these.
Either you list all capitals as where the government literally is, or you list them all as where the country says its capital is.
The volume of countries just makes this so hard. I actually forgot how bad struggled to learn the countries in first place, but its why I went and learned capital and flags of rest the world, and put off more Africa til now. The flags actually weren't that bad, I still struggled with a few but I can pass that test every time.
These Africa and Asia capitals been hardest thing so far. I know to master them need to do the map tests like I did rest the world.
This was the only thing stopping me from getting the world capitals
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