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Extreme Capital Cities

Can you identify the capital city that best fits the (extreme) description?
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Last updated: August 27, 2021
First submittedAugust 19, 2021
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Description
Capital City
World's highest capital city, at 3,631 m (11,913 ft) above sea level
La Paz
World's lowest capital city, at -28 m (-92 m) below sea level
Baku
World's most populous capital city (city proper), with a pop. of 21.5 million
Beijing
World's least populous capital city, with a pop. of 271
Ngerulmud
World's northernmost capital city, at 64° 08′ N
Reykjavik
World's southernmost capital city, at 41° 17′ S
Wellington
World's easternmost capital city, at 179° 12′ E
Funafuti
World's westernmost capital city, at 175° 12′ W
Nukuʻalofa
World's capital city furthest away from the sea (2,058 km or 1,279 mi)
Bishkek
World's capital cities closest to each other( 0 km / 0 mi)
Rome
Vatican City
World's capital cities furthest away from each other (19,937 km / 12,388 mi)
Asunción
Taipei
World's coldest capital city, with an annual avg. temperature of -1.3°C (29.7°F)
Ulaanbaatar
World's hottest capital city, with an annual avg. temperature of 29.9°C (85.8°F)
Khartoum
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Level 68
Aug 26, 2021
Great quiz!
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Level 59
Aug 26, 2021
Thanks! 😉
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Level 61
Aug 26, 2021
Fun quiz! That was tough!
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Level 65
Aug 26, 2021
Madrid to Wellington is a very close second.
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Level 59
Aug 27, 2021
Yes, it is. The distance between Madrid and Wellington (which are also almost antipodal) is 19,842 km, or 12,329 mi.