Capitals and Countries of Europe - HARD

Name all of the capitals with their countries in Europe.
Capital must be entered before the country. Correct spelling required.
Answers are not arranged in any particular order.
(Optional) If you enjoy typing "Republic of" a lot, you can give yourself an extra challenge by using each country's official name.
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Last updated: June 11, 2019
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Capital, Country
Vilnius, Lithuania
Minsk, Belarus
Bucharest, Romania
Dublin, Ireland
Stockholm, Sweden
Sofia, Bulgaria
Tallinn, Estonia
Rome, Italy
Chișinău, Moldova
Athens, Greece
Tirana, Albania
Kiev, Ukraine
Vienna, Austria
Pristina, Kosovo
Brussels, Belgium
Capital, Country
Podgorica, Montenegro
London, United Kingdom
Zagreb, Croatia
Reykjavík, Iceland
City of San Marino, San Marino
Paris, France
Vaduz, Liechtenstein
Oslo, Norway
Budapest, Hungary
Warsaw, Poland
Moscow, Russia
Berlin, Germany
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Copenhagen, Denmark
Skopje, North Macedonia
Capital, Country
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Monaco, Monaco
Prague, Czechia
Helsinki, Finland
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Madrid, Spain
Bern, Switzerland
Vatican City, Vatican City
Valletta, Malta
Andorra la Vella, Andorra
Belgrade, Serbia
Riga, Latvia
Lisbon, Portugal
Bratislava, Slovakia
4 Comments
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Level 66
Aug 16, 2020
I missed Berlin...
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Level 24
Aug 7, 2021
This is great because it's not in order, so you can't use the alphabet to jog your memory if you forget one!
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Level 41
Apr 13, 2022
HOW DID I MISS ROME OMFGGGG
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Level 70
Jun 29, 2023
Enjoyed this quiz! Small request: could you access "Kyiv, Ukraine"? I think that's how most quizzes commonly spell it these days. Thank you!