Top 10 Smallest EU Capitals by Population

Can you guess the 10 least populous capital cities of countries within the European Union?
Source: Wikipedia, January 2019
Population only within the city limits.
Also try the Largest EU Capitals
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Last updated: January 23, 2019
First submittedFebruary 3, 2016
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Population
Capital
6,444
Valletta
76,420
Luxembourg
116,392
Nicosia
280,140
Ljubljana
429,564
Bratislava
449,160
Tallinn
547,733
Lisbon
553,165
Dublin
577,484
Vilnius
642,045
Helsinki
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Level 52
Nov 17, 2016
Please accept simply "Luxembourg".
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Level 68
Jan 23, 2019
Over 2 years later, I've updated the data for the quiz, and now with the new editor from September am actually able to edit the quiz! This is now accepted :) (as are all standard typeins)
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Level 64
Jun 30, 2020
Your link to W now has Riga and Copenhagen with less citizens than Helsinki
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Level 52
Dec 22, 2020
I don't know what Cyprus is even doing in the so-called "European" Union
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Level 44
Jun 7, 2021
Geographically Cyprus may lay in Asia Minor, but Cypriots are of Greek descent and they speak Greek language.

Also, EEA - European Economic Area - extends way beyond Europe, to countries like Kazakhstan and Georgia. Political futurists very seriously predict, that in a few decades we'll be talking about North African countries joining European Union, because Mediterranean Sea is not as much a natural border as Sahara is and separates them from the other African countries. And EU is very much invested, both politically and financially, in peace processes and encouraging the development of democracy in North Africa.

As in all unions - the more, the merrier :) And a name of a union is a thing to be adjusted or changed, not to be dogmatically followed.