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Capitals of countries with multiple capitals - with map

According to Wikipedia there are multiple countries with more than one capital. Name all of those capitals - regardless of whether official or unofficial!
Not universally recognized states as well as self-governing territories are included.
Provisional capitals are most likely the result of hostile takeover during a (civil) war.
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Last updated: October 16, 2021
First submittedOctober 15, 2021
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UN member
Benin
official
Porto Novo
seat of government
Cotonou
Bolivia
constitutional
Sucre
administrative
La Paz
Burundi
official
Gitega
de facto
Bujumbura
Chile
official
Santiago de Chile
legislative
Valparaíso
Eswatini
administrative
Mbabane
royal & legislative
Lobamba
Ivory Coast
official
Yamoussoukro
seat of government
Abidjan
Israel
official, unrecognized by UN
Jerusalem
according to UN
Tel Aviv
Malaysia
official, legislative & royal
Kuala Lumpur
administrative and judicial
Putrajaya
Montenegro
official
Podgorica
seat of the President
Cetinje
Netherlands
official
Amsterdam
de facto
Den Haag
South Africa
judicial
Bloemfontein
legislative
Cape Town
executive
Pretoria
Sri Lanka
official
Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
executive, judicial
Colombo
Tanzania
official, legislative
Dodoma
de facto, judicial
Dar-es-Salaam
Yemen
de jure
Sanaa
de facto, provisional
Aden
Disputed
Palestine
de jure
East Jerusalem
de facto
Ramallah
West Sahara
declared
Laayoune / El Aaiún
de facto
Tifariti
government in exile
Tindouf (in Algeria)
 
 
 
Territory (UK)
Montserrat
official
Plymouth
de facto
Brades
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