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Geographic Alphabet Quiz- World Capitals

Based on the description provided and the starting letter for each answer, can you identify of the national capital city?
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Last updated: May 20, 2020
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County
Starting Letter
Capital City
Western Asia, in Central Anatolia, replaced Istanbul as the country's capital city in 1923
A
Ankara
Southeast Asia, on the Chao Phraya River delta, locally known as Krung Thep
B
Bangkok
North Africa, on the banks of the Nile River, near the Giza Necropolis
C
Cairo
Western Asia, on the Persian Gulf, on the eastern coast of a small peninsular country
D
Doha
 
E
 
West Africa, on the Atlantic Ocean, founded by freed African Americans ex-slaves
F
Freetown
Central America, most populous city in Central America, shares its name with the country where it is located
G
Guatemala City
Greater Antilles, on the Straits of Florida, founded by the Spanish in 1515
H
Havana
South Asia, on the foothills of the Himalayas, replaced Karachi as the capital city in the 1960s
I
Islamabad
Southeast Asia, on the northwest coast of the island of Java, founded by the Dutch in 1619 as Batavia
J
Jakarta
Eastern Europe, on the banks of the Dnieper River, an important center of Slavic history and culture
K
Kiev
South America, on the Pacific Ocean, founded in 1535 by the Spanish, led by Francisco Pizarro
L
Lima
Southwestern Europe, on the southern Meseta Central, in the Iberian Peninsula, it is one of the largest cities in the EU
M
Madrid
Eastern Mediterranean, on the central Mesaoria plain, split in two: a Greek side to the south, and a Turkish side to the north
N
Nicosia
North America, at the border between Ontario and Quebec, founded by the British in 1826 as Bytown
O
Ottawa
Western Europe, on the banks of the River Seine, known worldwide for its museums and architectural landmarks
P
Paris
South America, high in the Andes Mountains, it sits close to the Equator
Q
Quito
Northern Europe, on the North Atlantic Ocean, world's northernmost capital city
R
Reykjavík
East Asia, on the banks of the Han River, near the Yellow Sea
S
Seoul
North Africa, in the Maghreb, on the Mediterranean Sea, near where the ancient city of Carthage was located
T
Tunis
East Asia, on the banks of the Tuul River, its name means "red hero" in the local language, the coldest national capital in the world
U
Ulaanbaatar
Central Europe, on the banks of the Danube River, one of the largest German-speaking cities, home to many major international organizations
V
Vienna
Central Europe, on the banks of the Vistula River, destroyed by the Germans during WWII
W
Warsaw
 
X
 
Western Asia, on the Ararat Plain, near Turkey's Mount Ararat (visible from the city), on the Hrazdan River
Y
Yerevan
Southeastern Europe, on the banks of the Sava River, at the southern slopes of the Medvednica mountain, near the border with Slovenia
Z
Zagreb
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